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Journal of Clinical Investigation
material of components de- In view of the relatively small magnitude of the inconsistency graded at different rates (7 it was considered preferable to present the solu- tion in its inconsistent form rather ... The solutions for the tracer studies re- ported here follow the same procedures as out- lined in our previous paper (4) with the three =o = 0. ...
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The decision making process in the AGI system NARS is introduced and compared with the traditional approaches. ... This paper analyzes the assumptions of the decision making models in the context of artificial general intelligence (AGI). ... Formalizing decision-making An AGI system needs to make decisions from time to time. ...doi:10.1007/978-3-319-21365-1_21 fatcat:ssipsdkiq5dfvp5l6zizmudnpi
Palik's data 14 are likewise problematic, compiled from different samples including air-exposed, thin-film and bulk 16,17 , with readily-apparent inconsistencies (Fig. 1b) . ... Following thorough investigation of the physical, crystallographic and optical properties of Ag films, including comparison with single-crystal samples 17,20 , we generated an improved dataset representative ... AGI increased from 239 nm to 348 nm as annealing time increased from 0 to 10 minutes, with the AGI including twin boundaries increasing from 114 nm to 158 nm. ...doi:10.1038/srep30605 pmid:27470307 pmcid:PMC4965786 fatcat:jmqgk3uygzcc7krspk3m25uxlq
Finally, the framework is illustrated with an example in a real domain of a water-rights transfer market. ... Abstract In this paper, we present an abstract argumentation framework for the support of agreement processes in agent societies. ... In addition, a weight θ i with input fixed at 1 is the threshold of neuron i such that i is active at time t if A i (t) > θ i . ...doi:10.1016/j.neucom.2011.02.022 fatcat:x7gvyva4hngr5apq6wfihfmwsq
Meta-analysis of observational studies indicated that AGIs may decrease the risk of cancer in individuals with diabetes. ... We performed a systematic review and meta-analysis to evaluate the effect of alpha-glucosidase inhibitors (AGIs) on the risk of cancer in patients with diabetes mellitus. ... DISCUSSION This study showed an overall reducing effect of AGI on cancer risk, which was inconsistent with the previous meta-analysis  . ...doi:10.18632/oncotarget.17515 pmid:29113364 pmcid:PMC5655259 fatcat:wuct3djwojfd3e3fao64bttacu
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Abandoning inheritance from human value (at least as a basis for renormalizing to reflective equilibria) will yield futures worthless even from the standpoint of AGI researchers who consider themselves ... English phrase, contains considerable complexity hidden from us by our own thought processes, which only search positive-value parts of the action space, and implicitly think as if code is interpreted by an ... The obvious approach would be to have a button on the time machine which sends back a consistent bit (if the button is not pressed, the time machine sends back an inconsistent bit), and you only press ...doi:10.1007/978-3-642-22887-2_48 fatcat:dohddntgundhvcx5537pdsbak4
An AGI 'hard takeoff' is possible, in which first generation AGI1 rapidly triggers a succession of more powerful AGIn that differ dramatically in their computational capabilities (AGIn << AGIn+1). ... In toto, IPS provides a way to reduce AGIn ↔ AGIn+1 interaction hazards to an acceptably low level. ... with an arbitrarily small chance of falsehood. ...doi:10.3390/philosophies6040083 fatcat:beibzummbngrhacbxv3yeuit6m
The Metropolitan Magazine
by the world to be in possession of their perfect senses; probably she may have an hereditary predisposition to that complaint, and the agi- tation of nerves attendant on the early disappointment of her ... ,” pursued Percival, “ have since elapsed ; the boys are educated at home with a private tutor, and sorry am I to say that the manifest and unjust preference of their mother has already sown feel- ings ...
It has been suggested that AGI may pose a catastrophic risk to humanity. After summarizing the arguments for why AGI may pose such a risk, we survey the field's proposed responses to AGI risk. ... We consider societal proposals, proposals for external constraints on AGI behaviors, and proposals for creating AGIs that are safe due to their internal design. ... Finally, several different kinds of AGIs could be presented with the same problem, with their answers then being compared. Inconsistent answers would suggest a possible attempt at deception. ...doi:10.1088/0031-8949/90/1/018001 fatcat:2ekclllvfjazrc6skoyobx5jye
Unexpectedly, however, we also found that AGY codons mutated often to encode nearly all of the amino acids that are reported to provide the most frequent contacts with Ag. ... Because AGC is a preferred target for SHM by activation-induced cytidine deaminase, we asked whether the AGY abundance was solely due to a selection pressure to conserve high mutability in CDRs regardless ... species with an adaptive immune system. ...doi:10.3389/fimmu.2016.00525 pmid:27920779 pmcid:PMC5118421 fatcat:4dccqwmqwffx7kvq26e3reajbm
We examine the importance of possible non-random attrition to an econometric model of life cycle labor supply including joint nonlinear taxation of wage and interest incomes and latent heterogeneity. ... Using 1968 as an example of what we did in 1968-1983, if AGI was less than $5,000 in 1968 then the percent itemized from AGI was set to 23 percent; if AGI was greater than $5,000 but less than $10,000 ... Using 1968 as an example, we first compared the standard deduction, which was 10 percent of AGI in 1968, to the so-called minimum standard deduction, which was $200 plus $100 times the number of exemptions ...doi:10.2307/146439 fatcat:ip3h2yzq4zcxlbnmcipgprcvny
This introduces an additional history and time dependence of ice nucleation in cloud chambers with short residence times. ... Theoretical and experimental studies over the last sixty years provide a complex picture of silver iodide as ice nucleating agent with conflicting and inconsistent results. ... This introduces an additional history and time dependence for ice nucleation in cloud chambers with short residence times. ...doi:10.5194/acp-2016-142 fatcat:fp33evqa4bhjngsvb3baj4lbri
We examine the importance of possible non-random attrition to an econometric model of life cycle labor supply including joint nonlinear taxation of wage and interest incomes and latent heterogeneity. ... Using 1968 as an example of what we did in 1968-1983, if AGI was less than $5,000 in 1968 then the percent itemized from AGI was set to 23 percent; if AGI was greater than $5,000 but less than $10,000 ... Using 1968 as an example, we first compared the standard deduction, which was 10 percent of AGI in 1968, to the so-called minimum standard deduction, which was $200 plus $100 times the number of exemptions ...doi:10.2139/ssrn.1795 fatcat:qcb2ufnryrb6dg5z725p43wi7u
This introduces an additional history and time dependence for ice nucleation in cloud chambers with short residence times.</p> ... Theoretical and experimental studies over the last 60 years provide a complex picture of silver iodide as an ice-nucleating agent with conflicting and inconsistent results. ... This introduces an additional history and time dependence for ice nucleation in cloud chambers with short residence times. ...doi:10.5194/acp-16-8915-2016 fatcat:kuqqryuk55cznkphkyuig5hjvi
The aim of this study was to examine the incidence and follow-up of adrenal lesions in an adult trauma centre. there were 45,576 patients admitted to the Alfred Hospital Trauma Unit, 142 (0.31%) patients ... The prevalence of adrenal incidentalomas is 4% of the general population, increasing with age. ... Follow-up of these lesions is inconsistent in the trauma population. ...doi:10.4021/jcs108w fatcat:y47ro7ec7zhzxjfw6czdlifga4
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