Will the words "artificial intelligence" be said in the debates for the 2024 US presidential election?
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resolved Sep 29
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YES

Can be primaries or main campaign debates, and can be said by either the moderators or the candidates.

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And of course this includes Green, Libertarian, No Labels and other parties, right?

predicted YES

@AaronKreider They’re usually not included in the debates, so probably not.

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What if they say "AI"?

@StevenK Resolves as YES, except in the (extremely unlikely) case that the context clearly indicates that the initials stand for another thing in every instance.

predicted YES

@milanw How about the phrase "artificially intelligent"?

@StevenK Only if part of an expression such as "artificially intelligent system" or "artificially intelligent model"

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@milanw But other phrases like "GPT-4" or "superintelligence" don't resolve YES even if part of the debate was clearly about AI, right?

@StevenK That's right. I want to have clear resolution criteria, and it would be weird and unlikely for there to be talk about, say, GPT-4, without ever saying "AI" or equivalent.

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