Technological Singularity

Patrick Juola patrick at gryphon.psych.ox.ac.uk
Mon Jun 8 04:43:48 EST 1998


In article <897297520.23258.0.nnrp-02.c2d9a433 at news.demon.co.uk> "James Sharman" <james at exaflop.demon.co.uk> writes:
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>>Just out of curiosity, what sort of job do you think someone with
>>an IQ of 400 would be able to manage without going stark raving
>>mad from the tedium?
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>Proberbly a job created by a boss with and IQ 400 IQ's.  People have very
>high IQ's from time to time (althogh I dont think ever as high as 400) and
>they tend to find brilliant job satisfaction do jobs far btter than you or I
>might be able to do them.

I think I want to see evidence for this assertion; my recall of the
IQ/life studies journal articles indicates the exact opposite.  Although
I grant that I haven't read these articles in something like ten years.

	-kitten



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