Superintelligence and moral blindness

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_von_Neumann. Note that ‘Computing’ couldn’t fit in my screenshot, but he basically invented the architecture of today’s computers.
  • von Neumann is one of the smartest people ever to live
  • von Neumann, per the above quotes, and from my perspective, sounds like he’s seriously wrong about morality.

An argument for anti-realism from superintelligence

Response 1. I’m wrong.

Response 2. I’m wrong in a different way.

Response 3. von Neumann is wrong

Which should we go for?

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Novella "Coming From Nothing" at @zer0books (bitly.com/cfnextract). Academic philosophy at: http://mipmckeever.weebly.com/

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Novella "Coming From Nothing" at @zer0books (bitly.com/cfnextract). Academic philosophy at: http://mipmckeever.weebly.com/

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