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David Duffy

From a systems theory point of view, I don't see much difference between the epistemic opacity of algorithms running on electronic computers and that of, say, introducing a negative income tax into a running economy - instrument to measure the relevant inputs and outputs (including ethical). And perhaps, given your interests in Newton, the approaches actually needed for human intellects to assess the ultimate stability of the Solar System (eg retrodiction, as we also use for epidemic simulations).

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