In­ter­nal Align­ment (Hu­man)

TagLast edit: 16 Aug 2020 19:26 UTC by Raemon

Internal Alignment. By default, humans sometimes have internal conflict. You might frame that as conflict between subagents, or subprocesses within the human. You might instead frame it as a single agent making complicated decisions. The “internal alignment” hypothesis is that you can become much more productive/​happier/​fulfilled by getting yourself into alignment with yourself.

Notes on Integrity

David Gross3 Dec 2020 23:42 UTC
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The shard the­ory of hu­man values

4 Sep 2022 4:28 UTC
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If you are too stressed, walk away from the front lines

Neil 12 Jun 2023 14:26 UTC
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Non-Co­er­cive Perfectionism

Matt Goldenberg26 Jan 2021 16:53 UTC
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An­nounc­ing the Align­ment of Com­plex Sys­tems Re­search Group

4 Jun 2022 4:10 UTC
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Trust de­vel­ops grad­u­ally via mak­ing bids and set­ting boundaries

Richard_Ngo19 May 2023 22:16 UTC
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In­ter­nal com­mu­ni­ca­tion framework

15 Nov 2022 12:41 UTC
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Please don’t throw your mind away

TsviBT15 Feb 2023 21:41 UTC
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Ar­tifi­cial Mo­ral Ad­vi­sors: A New Per­spec­tive from Mo­ral Psychology

David Gross28 Aug 2022 16:37 UTC
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Tidy­ing One’s Room

Zvi16 Aug 2018 13:50 UTC
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My Model Of EA Burnout

LoganStrohl25 Jan 2023 17:52 UTC
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In­te­grat­ing dis­agree­ing subagents

Kaj_Sotala14 May 2019 14:06 UTC
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