I currently like running conversations for my university EA group - eabristol.org/utilon and am now starting up a forecasting group - forecastingproject.org
I previously interned at CEA.
Thanks for writing this! This is cool to see.
I may have missed this but do you have a sense of whether this marketing push is leading to more people working on pressing problems that 80k endorses? I am curious if there is a direct correlation between money spent on marketing and people working on these problems.
I think you intended to link to this instead of the 80K article at the top?
Richard Pettigrew has written a condensed version of their paper on the EA Forum.
Although I think this is incredible, there is a nagging feeling in the back of my mind that it may be difficult to sustain the kind of success rate that CE is currently achieving. Do you anticipate that, as you run more incubation programs, you will see more incubated charities failing or shutting down?
Do you have a sense of whether you will eventually exhaust cost-effective charity ideas as you continue to run more incubation programs?