|INFORMATION HAZARDS: A TYPOLOGY OF POTENTIAL HARMS FROM KNOWLEDGE|
|Written by NICK BOSTROM|
ABSTRACT. Information hazards are risks that arise from the dissemination or the potential dissemination of true information that may cause harm or enable some agent to cause harm. Such hazards are often subtler than direct physical threats, and, as a consequence, are easily overlooked. They can, however, be important. This paper surveys the terrain and proposes a taxonomy. pp. 44–79
Keywords: information hazard, true information, harm, knowledge
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