AI Impacts

As of June 2022, AI Impacts has received over $180,000 in funding from Open Philanthropy[3] and, over $450,000 in funding from the Survival and Flourishing Fund.Fund,[4][5][6] and $75,000 from Effective Altruism Funds.[7]

  1. ^

    Muehlhauser, Luke (2014) MIRI’s September newsletter, Machine Intelligence Research Institute, July 1.

  2. ^

    Muehlhauser, Luke (2015) An improved “AI Impacts” website, Machine Intelligence Research Institute, January 11.

  3. ^

    Open Philanthropy (2022) Grants database: AI Impacts, Open Philanthropy.

  4. ^

    Survival and Flourishing Fund (2018) SFF-2019-Q4 S-process recommendations announcement, Survival and Flourishing Fund.

  5. ^

    Survival and Flourishing Fund (2019) SFF-2020-H1 S-process recommendations announcement, Survival and Flourishing Fund.

  6. ^

    Survival and Flourishing Fund (2020) SFF-2021-H1 S-process recommendations announcement, Survival and Flourishing Fund.

  7. ^

    Long-Term Future Fund (2020) September 2020: Long-Term Future Fund grants, Effective Altruism Funds, September.

  1. ^

    Muehlhauser, Luke (2014) MIRI’s September newsletter, Machine Intelligence Research Institute, July 1.

  2. ^

    Muehlhauser, Luke (2015) An improved “AI Impacts” website, Machine Intelligence Research Institute, January 11.

  3. ^

    Open Philanthropy (2022) Grants databasedatabase: AI Impacts, Open Philanthropy.

  4. ^

    Survival and Flourishing Fund (2018) SFF-2019-Q4 S-process recommendations announcement, Survival and Flourishing Fund.

  5. ^

    Survival and Flourishing Fund (2019) SFF-2020-H1 S-process recommendations announcement, Survival and Flourishing Fund.

  6. ^

    Survival and Flourishing Fund (2020) SFF-2021-H1 S-process recommendations announcement, Survival and Flourishing Fund.

As of June 2022, AI Impacts has received over $180,000 in funding from Open Philanthropy[3] and over $450,000 in funding from the Survival and Flourishing Fund.[4][5][6]

  1. ^

    Muehlhauser, Luke (2014) MIRI’s September newsletter, Machine Intelligence Research Institute, July 1.

  2. ^

    Muehlhauser, Luke (2015) An improved “AI Impacts” website, Machine Intelligence Research Institute, January 11.

  3. ^

    Open Philanthropy (2022) Grants database, Open Philanthropy.

  4. ^

    Survival and Flourishing Fund (2018) SFF-2019-Q4 S-process recommendations announcement, Survival and Flourishing Fund.

  5. ^

    Survival and Flourishing Fund (2019) SFF-2020-H1 S-process recommendations announcement, Survival and Flourishing Fund.

  6. ^

    Survival and Flourishing Fund (2020) SFF-2021-H1 S-process recommendations announcement, Survival and Flourishing Fund.

Evaluation

As of June 2022, AI Impacts has received over $180,000 in funding from Open Philanthropy[3] and over $450,000 in funding from the Survival and Flourishing Fund.

  1. ^

    Muehlhauser, Luke (2014) MIRI’s September newsletter, Machine Intelligence Research Institute, July 1.

  2. ^

    Muehlhauser, Luke (2015) An improved “AI Impacts” website, Machine Intelligence Research Institute, January 11.

  3. ^

    Open Philanthropy (2022) Grants database, Open Philanthropy.

Applied to Desirable? AI qualities by brb243 at 3mo

AI Impacts is a nonprofit organization that researches answers to decision-relevant questions about the possible impactsfuture of human-level artificial intelligence. It was founded in 2014 by Paul Christiano and Katja Grace.[1][2]

Further reading

Grace, Katja (2022) Why work at AI Impacts?, AI Impacts, March 6.

External links

AI Impacts. Official website.

AI Impacts is a nonprofit organization that researches the possible impacts of human-level artificial intelligence. It was founded in 2014 by Paul Christiano and Katja Grace (Muehlhauser 2014; Muehlhauser 2015).Grace.[1][2]

BibliographyRelated entries

AI forecasting

  1. ^

    Muehlhauser, Luke (2014) MIRI’s September newsletter, Machine Intelligence Research Institute, July 1.

  2. ^

    Muehlhauser, Luke (2015) An improved “AI Impacts” website, Machine Intelligence Research Institute, January 11.

    Related entries

    AI forecasting