Ditchkenberg Paradox
A fact, that in simple problems, a small intelligence is as good or better than an advanced one. As baseline humans are just intelligent enough to operate a standard starship or a wormhole, this explains why baselines were not wiped out by advanced ais. Origin of the phrase apocryphyphally said to come from the early interplanetary times. See also Ditchkenberg's Challenge.
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Text by Jorge Ditchkenberg
Initially published on 09 October 2001.