In­stru­men­tal convergence

TagLast edit: 17 May 2021 13:55 UTC by Pablo

Instrumental convergence is the alleged overlap in instrumental goals expected to be exhibited by a broad class of future artificial agents, due to their usefulness for the attainment of a wide range of possible final goals.


Bostrom, Nick (2012) The superintelligent will: motivation and instrumental rationality in advanced artificial agents, Minds and Machines, vol. 22, pp. 71–85.

Yudkowsky, Eliezer (2013) Five theses, two lemmas, and a couple of strategic implications, Machine Intelligence Research Institute’s Blog, May 5.

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