tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6172724226008713264.post1117902983299242988..comments2020-06-27T06:28:29.228-07:00Comments on P4P: Big Advance in Infinite EthicsBenhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/00235189388350960670noreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6172724226008713264.post-55675979665913215282020-05-02T01:40:26.042-07:002020-05-02T01:40:26.042-07:00Thanks for sharing this wonderful blog with us. Th...Thanks for sharing this wonderful blog with us. This is more helpful for find the value of <a href="https://www.fullstack.com.au/rd-tax-incentive/" rel="nofollow"><b>R&D incentive to the mix</b></a> approach.Fullstackhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/05102850158979506539noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6172724226008713264.post-41765499506495929042018-10-09T15:59:50.580-07:002018-10-09T15:59:50.580-07:00Hey! Just found your infinite ethics posts--neat s...Hey! Just found your infinite ethics posts--neat stuff! Might be obvious, but wrt moral uncertainty, if you're willing to allow only finitely many moral positions M then you can just use the state space M x S and the theorem still holds. <br /><br />This does add the subtlety that your policy pi now has to include prescriptions for dealing with moral uncertainty, but it seems like a good policy should. Having only finite ethical perspectives is wonkier imo, but if you're okay with finite brainstates then maybe similar handwaves apply.Ashwinnoreply@blogger.com