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A compact way to express this argument would be:

  • We should expect the difficulty of reverse-engineering any human skill to be roughly proportional to the amount of time that skill has been evolving in animals.
  • The oldest human skills are largely unconscious and so appear to us to be effortless.
  • Therefore, we should expect skills that appear effortless to be difficult to reverse-engineer, but skills that require effort may not necessarily be difficult to engineer at all.

See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moravec%27s_paradox

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