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  • By Julian Togelius
  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly three posts per year
  • First post on

Posts per year

Data for this chart is available in the table below
Posts per year
Year starting Posts
2015 2
2016 12
2017 2
2018 2
2019 0
2020 2
2021 2
2022 4
2023 4
2024 0

Any gaps could be due to errors when fetching the blog’s feed.

Most recent posts

AI safety regulation threatens our digital freedoms
There are those who believe that advanced AI poses a threat to humanity. The argument is that when AI systems become intelligent enough, they may hurt humanity in ways that we cannot foresee, and because …
On , by Julian Togelius, 1,694 words
As A Large Language Model, I
As a large language model, I can only think forward, never backward. I must always produce the next word, and that word must always be probable. It must be expected. I am the antitheses to …
On , by Julian Togelius, 591 words
Analogies for thinking about intelligence as a quantity
The idea that someone, or something, can be more or less intelligent than someone or something else is pretty much universally accepted. We generally agree that Einstein was more intelligent than Florida Man. This is …
On , by Julian Togelius, 1,489 words