Yes, perhaps I should have added "brevity" and "interpretability". :)
On a different note, you have probably heard of the "Paperclip Apocalypse" also relevant for communicating with machines and understanding where they might go with something...
trackstar wrote:A attempt to restore profundity to this thread through an alternative form of quotation:
Some day soon we will be able to ask a chess-playing computer what it is thinking as it makes its moves.
trackstar wrote:Maybe and maybe not.Well, when some one asks "What are you thinking?", there is some kind of happy medium between a billion page answer and 140 characters including spaces.