Future of Life Institute

As of June 2022, FLI has received over $500.$500,000 in funding from the Survival and Flourishing Fund.[1][2]

Funding

As of June 2022, FLI has received over $500.000 in funding from the Survival and Flourishing Fund.[1][2]

Every year, FLI awards a prize, named the Future of Life Award, to an individual judged to have had an extraordinary positive social impact but whose contributions are not widely recognized. As of 2022, eight people have been so honored: Vasili Arkhipov (2017), Stanislav Petrov (2018), Matthew Meselson (2019), Viktor Zhdanov and William Folge (2020), and Joe Farman, Susan Solomon and Stephen Andersen (2021).[1]3]

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

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    Survival and Flourishing Fund (2019b) SFF-2020-H2 S-process recommendations announcement, Survival and Flourishing Fund.

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    Future of Life Institute (2021) Future of Life Award: celebrating the unsung heroes of our time, Future of Life Institute.

Applied to Appendix to a Safe Path by MakoYass at 1mo

Every year, FLI awards a prize, named the Future of Life Award, to an individual judged to have had an extraordinary positive social impact but whose contributions are not widely recognized. As of 2021,2022, eight people have been so honored: Vasili Arkhipov (2017), Stanislav Petrov (2018), Matthew Meselson (2019), Viktor Zhdanov and William Folge (2020), and Joe Farman, Susan Solomon and Stephen Andersen (2021).[1]

Every year, FLI awards a prize, named the Future of Life Award, to an individual judged to have had an extraordinary positive social impact but whose contributions are not widely recognized. As of December 2021, eight people have been so honored: Vasili Arkhipov (2017), Stanislav Petrov (2018), Matthew Meselson (2019), Viktor Zhdanov and William Folge (2020), and Joe Farman, Susan Solomon and Stephen Andersen (2021).[1]

Applied to AMA: Future of Life Institute's EU Team by [anonymous] at 5mo

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History

FLI was founded in 2014 by Jaan Tallinn, Max Tegmark, Viktoriya Krakovna, Anthony Aguirre and Meia Chita-Tegmark.

Every year, FLI awards a prize, named the Future of Life Award, to an individual judged to have had an extraordinary positive social impact but whose contributions are not widely recognized. As of December 2021, eight people have been so honored: Vasili Arkhipov (2017), Stanislav Petrov (2018), Matthew Meselson (2019), Viktor Zhdanov and William Folge (2020), and Joe Farman, Susan Solomon and Stephen Andersen (2021) (Future.[1]

External links

Future of Life Institute 2021). Official website.

Bibliography

  1. ^

    Future of Life Institute (2021) Future of Life Award: celebrating the unsung heroes of our time, Future of Life Institute.

    External links

    Future of Life Institute. Official website.

The Future of Life Institute (FLI) is a research and advocacy institute focusing onnon-profit that works to reduce existential risk, based from powerful technologies, particularly artificial intelligence, as well as promote positive visions of the future. The Institute's work consists of grantmaking, educational outreach, and advocating for better policymaking in Cambridge, Massachusetts.the UN, US and EU institutions. It was founded in 2014 by Jaan Tallinn, Max Tegmark, Viktoriya Krakovna, Anthony Aguirre and Meia Chita-Tegmark.

Every year, FLI awards a prize, named the Future of Life Award, to an individual judged to have had an extraordinary positive social impact but whose contributions are not widely recognized. As of NovemberDecember 2021, eight people have been so honored: Vasili Arkhipov (2017), Stanislav Petrov (2018), Matthew Meselson (2019), Viktor Zhdanov and William Folge (2020), and Joe Farman, Susan Solomon and Stephen Andersen (2021) (Future of Life Institute 2021).

The Future of Life Institute (FLI) is a research and advocacy institute focusing on existential risk, based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. It was founded in 2014 by Jaan Tallinn,Tallinn, Max Tegmark, Viktoriya Krakovna, Anthony Aguirre and Meia Chita-Tegmark.