I believe that the best and biggest system of morality so far is the legal system. It is an enormous database where the fairest of men have built over the wisdom of their predecessors for a balance between fairness and avoiding chaos; where the bad or obsolete judgements are weed out. It is a system of prioritisation of law which could be encoded one day. I believe that it would be a great tool for addressing corrigibility and value learning. I'm a lawyer and I'm afraid that MIRI may not understand all the potential of the legal system.
Could you tell me why the legal system would not be a great tool for addressing corrigibility and value learning in the near future?
I describe in a little more detail how I think it could be useful at: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1eRirDom-EA_CtLD9Q5T9hWLD6xEKJ80AL3h_u7K-ErA/edit?usp=sharing
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