Chaining God: A qualitative approach to AI, trust and moral systems
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Chaining God: A qualitative approach to AI, trust and moral systems Stuart Armstrong 20 October 2007 Abstract Contents 1 Introduction 3 2 What would a AI be like? 3 2.1 Power of intelligence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 2.2 How smart? How soon? .
  • moral system
  • godai through physical security methods
  • linear rate of increase
  • least trillions of trillions
  • godai
  • extra behaviour caveats
  • feedback loop as the rate of increase soars with the actual intelligence
  • intelligence
  • human life

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Social Networking for Business:
Lotus Quickr for Domino 8.5.1 User Essentials












Version 1.0

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2 Lotus Quickr for Domino 8.5.1 User Essentials Table of Contents

Topic 1: Get Started.................................................................................................7
Topic 2: Standard Place for Teams PlaceType......................................................23
Topic 3: Create New Place ................................................................................... 43
Topic 4: Place and Item Security...........................................................................49
Topic 5: Page, Imported File, and Link Items .......................................................67
Topic 6: List Item...................................................................................................75
Topic 7: Item Lifecycle..........................................................................................93
Topic 8: Quickr Connectors.................................................................................107
Topic 9: Folders ...................................................................................................139
Topic 10: Forums.................................................................................................157
Topic 11: Calendar...............................................................................................161
Topic 12: Tasks....................................................................................................175
Topic 13: Rooms..................................................................................................185
Topic 14: Customize\Basics ................................................................................195
Topic 15: Subscriptions and Notifications...........................................................201
Topic 16: Custom Forms and Workflow ............................................................ 223
Topic 17: Blog PlaceType ...................................................................................255
Topic 18: Wiki PlaceType ...................................................................................275
Index ....................................................................................................................283



Lotus Quickr for Domino 8.5.1 User Essentials 3 Description
Social networking tools provide a way for people to communicate and interact
online. Lotus Quickr is a key element of IBM’s “Social Business” initiative that
provides a new competitive advantage with an integrated set of social networking
tools.
During this course you will learn how to use Lotus Quickr to share all types of
content with your colleagues down the hall or around the globe using online
libraries, blogs, wikis, discussions, and shared calendars and task lists.
You will learn how to create and secure new Places while serving as a Place
Owner and Manager, add content using a variety of Item types as an Author, and
serve as an Editor to validate and revise content.
You will also install and use the Quickr Connectors to share and work on files
directly from other desktop applications.
Course goals
This course will teach you how to:
• Log in to the Domino Server running the Quickr software.
• Open the three types of Places found on the Quickr Home Page.
• Describe the Home Page features in a Standard Place for Teams Place.
• Use the Table of Contents and breadcrumbs to navigate between Folders.
• See what’s new in a Place in the last day or week.
• Operate on Items open or selected in the current window.
• Apply multiple layers of Quickr security including the permissions given by
the Roles users can be assigned to.
• Create various Item types.
• Describe the purpose of a working draft as it relates to the check in/check out
reservation mechanism and versioning.
• Control how and where an Item is published.
• Participate in a threaded discussion using Post and Response Items, and
control how Items are displayed Folders.
4 Lotus Quickr for Domino 8.5.1 User Essentials • Create new Folders and move Items to them.
• Use shared Calendar and Tasks to coordinate activities with other Place
Members.
• Create and secure a New Place and invite users to become Members, create a
new Folder from one of the Folder types, and create and secure a new Room
in your Place.
• Describe the various ways you can customize a Place to better meet the needs
of its Members to share content.
• Describe how email notification is integrated with Quickr to generate Place
invitations, new content newsletters, calendar invitations, and task
assignments.
• Install and configure the Lotus Quickr Connectors and share files from other
desktop applications.
• Learn how to send links to files stored in Quickr rather than sending large
attachments in emails.
• Create a custom form and apply a workflow process to approve content
before it is published.
Audience
This course assumes basic personal computer and software skills, and is designed
for individuals who can:
• start and stop software applications in Microsoft Windows
• perform basic Windows operations, such as to manage windows, cut and
paste, drag/drop, etc.
• use Microsoft Windows Explorer to find and organize files
• use a browser to open and navigate Web sites
• use any type of email client
• create, format, and print document files using Microsoft Office or Lotus
Symphony.
Lotus Quickr for Domino 8.5.1 User Essentials 5 Course design
This course combines concept presentations, demonstrations, and exercises to
guide you as you experience the most widely used Quickr features.
Data disk
There is no data disk for this course, as you work with default Quickr Place types
that come with the standard Quickr software installation.
Please consult the Set Up document for this course to make sure the correct
environment is in place before starting the course.
Font conventions
This course follows these font conventions:
• Italic - Bookmark, view/folder, page, form, and document names, and new
terms introduced in the text
• Bold - Notes menu options, Notes application names, command button
names (whether Notes or developer defined), field labels, tabs, tools, and
accelerator keys
• Courier- user input, file names, and server console commands
• Arial – URLs
• Lucinda Console – HTML, code, XML, and CSS examples.
6 Lotus Quickr for Domino 8.5.1 User Essentials
Topic 1: Get Started
Key points
In search of new and better communication tools, business software vendors have
added products with social networking and collaboration features similar to those
widely and quickly adopted by consumers. Lotus Quickr includes many of these
features that can enable your company to better organize and share information.
This Topic shows you how to log in to and navigate around Lotus Quickr with a
Web browser. This Topic also demonstrates how Lotus Quickr can make any
project more collaborative.
Beyond conventional communication tools
So what is the need that business software vendors are trying to meet by adding
social networking features to their products?
Up until now, the telephone, email, and instant messaging (IM text and
audio/video chat) have proved to be solid communication tools, but really are best
suited for one-on-one conversations. While all these tools overcome the problem
of people having to be in the same physical location, the telephone and IM require
that participants also be connected at the same time. As more people are included
in a particular conversation, it becomes proportionately more difficult to manage
and capture all the possible interaction in a useful format. When the conversation
ends, these tools leave a somewhat ephemeral output that is difficult to organize,
share with larger audiences, leverage for future purposes, and that meets retention
and retrieval regulations.
If it is true that people are the most valuable asset of any business, then it stands
to reason that:
• A communication system with more efficient and appropriate tools to help
teams of workers achieve common objectives will yield better results.
• As more people use the communication system, the more valuable it
becomes, not less, as is the case with the telephone, email, or IM.
• Tangible assets (documents and other files) created by individuals are more
useful to the organization if they are shared using a communication system
that also captures metadata about the files, controls access to them, and
manages multiple versions.
Topic 1: Get Started 7
• Opening any communication system to include business partners and
customers at key points can effectively reduce time to market, improve
market success, and build brand loyalty.
Social networking and collaboration tools
What types of social networking and collaboration features have business
software vendors borrowed from consumer sites?
Social networking tools provide a way for people to communicate and interact
online. Examples include:
• personal information sharing sites (MySpace, Facebook, LinkedIn)
• video/image sharing sites (YouTube, Flickr)
• ubiquitous online forums (discussions, message boards, chat rooms), along
with wikis, blogs, and microblogging (Twitter)
• social bookmarking of Web pages (Delicious) and the presence of various
sharing links on almost every Web page (ShareThis).
A subset of social networking tools that help people achieve a common goal are
collaboration tools, for example:
• comments or ranks of almost any bit of online content (including dedicated
sites like Slashdot or Digg)
• reviews of products at shopping sites (Amazon, eBay, or review sites like
Epinions, Wize)
• collaborative gadgets (Google Shared Spaces)
• shared calendars and meetings arranged using sites (Meetup)
• collective purchasing at sites (Groupon, LivingSocial, Deals on Facebook).
Another type of collaboration is online file sharing by manual upload or
synchronized folders (Dropbox) or peer-to-peer file sharing (BitTorrent).
8 Topic 1: Get Started
Adding social networking tools to business systems
The challenges for business software vendors with respect to adding social
networking features are:
• How to determine which consumer-oriented social networking features are
significantly useful in a business environment.
• How to integrate social networking features into enterprise-grade
communication tools that must meet stringent security, retention, and
integration requirements.
• How to convince businesses that social networking tools will, in a
measurable manner, benefit the bottom line (positive return on investment).
• How to promote user adoption of social networking tools in a way that either:
• Complements and improves an existing, functional company culture.
• Disrupts an existing, dysfunctional company culture in hope of
establishing a more open and effective culture.
IBM is convinced that its “Social Business” initiative provides a new competitive
advantage with an integrated set of products that includes the Lotus Quickr
software, which runs on the Lotus Domino Server, an email, collaboration, and
Web server platform. If your company also uses Lotus Sametime, you can see in
Quickr who is online and start a chat session. If your email system is Lotus
iNotes, you will see features added from both Lotus Sametime and Lotus Quickr.
For more information about IBM’s Social Business initiative, visit
http://www.ibm.com/software/lotus/socialcollaboration/.
Deloitte has attempted to measure the success of social software in business and
reports it conclusions in the report at http://www.deloitte.com/us/socialsoftware.
Be sure to download the entire report, Social Software for Business Performance.
They find social software contributing to sustained performance improvement in
these areas:
• knowledge creation
• pattern recognition (quickly connect to experts and previous solutions)
• collaborative innovation.
Topic 1: Get Started 9
Collaborative features in Quickr
A Place is a central organizing scheme in Quickr, the analogy being a physical
building, as in “I am going to drop off some stuff at that place.” When you go to
the Quickr Web site Home Page, what you see is a list of Places where you can
go. Each Place has a unique title and purpose, for example:
Place 1
CEO Blog (Blog)
Place 2
Company History
and Future (Wiki)Quickr
Web Site
Place 3
New Product
Launch (Standard
Place for Teams)
Place N…

Need to add a new Place? You don’t need special skills or someone from the IT
Department to create it for you; users can easily and quickly create a new Place
using one of three standard PlaceType templates that come with Quickr. In only a
few minutes you can create the new Place, invite other people to join, and start
sharing your ideas in your new Place.
Quickr Places can include content libraries to organize and share documents and
files. Your teams can easily share and collaborate with check-in and check-out,
version control, and other tools to help manage the content. Places can also
include a shared calendar, shared task list, a discussion forum, blog, wiki, and
other collaborative tools.
Quickr also lets you add several structured workflow processes to enforce review
and approval steps before content can be published. Workflow processes are
added to custom forms, which are easily developed without any programming to
capture any type of information in the process of an Item being approved.
One important feature of Quickr is security. Let’s face it, without its enterprise-
strength security, Quickr probably wouldn’t be used by your company. With the
correct permissions granted, even your customers, business partners, and
contractors/vendors can be given access to particular Places, so sharing
information can also extend outside your company. But information that is
intended to be private can be kept securely private. And unlike other Web-based
collaboration tools, your company can own the Domino Server running Quickr
and has total control over the data.
10 Topic 1: Get Started