Credibly promising to be irresponsible...since 2004!
That was kind of interesting. I think he needed way more than 20 minutes to make his case, though. As it was, it felt unconvincing.As a layman in these matters, the question I had is that if you accept that you can count on people to behave rationally relative to their values, and accept that you can know enough about those values to accurately set your initial conditions, how do you account for changes in values? People change their minds quite often, and not just on matters of fact. And the longer your simulation, the more likely the error adds up, no?
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