CERN for AGI: A Theoretical Framework for Autonomous Simulation-Based Artificial Intelligence Testing and Alignment

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PubDate: Dec 2023

Teams:University of Belgrade;Sapienza University of Rome;The Institute for Artificial Intelligence Research and Development of Serbia

Writers:Ljubisa Bojic, Matteo Cinelli, Dubravko Culibrk, Boris Delibasic

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Abstract

This paper explores the potential of a multidisciplinary approach to testing and aligning artificial general intelligence (AGI) and LLMs. Due to the rapid development and wide application of LLMs, challenges such as ethical alignment, controllability, and predictability of these models have become important research topics. This study investigates an innovative simulation-based multi-agent system within a virtual reality framework that replicates the real-world environment. The framework is populated by automated ‘digital citizens,’ simulating complex social structures and interactions to examine and optimize AGI. Application of various theories from the fields of sociology, social psychology, computer science, physics, biology, and economics demonstrates the possibility of a more human-aligned and socially responsible AGI. The purpose of such a digital environment is to provide a dynamic platform where advanced AI agents can interact and make independent decisions, thereby mimicking realistic scenarios. The actors in this digital city, operated by the LLMs, serve as the primary agents, exhibiting high degrees of autonomy. While this approach shows immense potential, there are notable challenges and limitations, most significantly the unpredictable nature of real-world social dynamics. This research endeavors to contribute to the development and refinement of AGI, emphasizing the integration of social, ethical, and theoretical dimensions for future research.

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