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- Feb 2021
AI agents can acquire novel behaviors as they interact with the world around them and with other agents. The behaviors learned from such interactions are virtually impossible to predict, and even when solutions can be described mathematically, they can be “so lengthy and complex as to be indecipherable,” according to the paper.
The sheer number of interacting variables that you'd need to track makes it impossible to make any accurate predictions.