Very confused why people have downvoted here? Please explain why, if possible. And context: I've also started a private chat about the data with Peter and Ash.
There's this project that a few people have been working on towards making an overview in Obsidian that seems to be in this vein as well (see the comment, too): aisi.ai/?idea=75
Wonderful to see an analysis of all this even more wonderful data coming out of the programs! We're also happy to share our survey results (privately and anonymized) with people interested:
We also have a few other surveys but the ones above are probably most interesting in the context of this post.
This is wonderful to hear! Every time I've talked with the Norwegian EA community, there has been a strong sense of integrity, ethics, and a will to do good along with tangible results. I'm consistently impressed and it's wonderful to see that effort get rewarded and for that impact to get a public voice.
Yonatan can probably help you figure out what to use that skillset for and your goals with it but web development process nuances are available from many other resources, e.g:
The above video uses a tech stack with Svelte, Postgres, Vercel, and Gitpod and represents the favorite programming paradigm for many modern developers.
We had a hackathon a month ago with some pretty interesting projects that you can build out further: Results link. These were made during 44 hours (average 17 hours spent per participants) but some of the principles seem generalizable.
You're also very welcome to check out aisi.ai or the intro resources for the interpretability hackathon (resources) running this weekend or the previous hackathon (resources).
There's an aggregated list of AI safety research projects available on AI Safety Ideas (forum post) and though it's a bit messy in there at the moment, it should be quite high quality leads for a hackathon as well! E.g. Neel Nanda and I will add a bunch of project ideas to the Interpretability Hackathon list during the next couple of days.
Loads, and a lot that we have updated for the interpretability hackathon as well!
Regarding logistics (all cons are updated for the next hackathon)
Specifically on GatherTown:
Hope it was helpful! If you want to chat more about it, do hit me up on my calendly.
The CE incubatees are an absolutely amazing bunch and exactly the types of people I would want on these world-bettering projects. Charity Entrepreneurship is no doubt one of the EA projects I am most excited about due to pure impact, research prowess and future potential.
When I compare the CE program to YC (see also OWID@YC), it feels even better due to the great co-founder matching process and the success rate along with the excellence within the focus areas (people don't come with their own esoteric tech startups).
For other commenters who talk about the use of reach numbers instead of e.g. QALY or WELLBYs, having seen some of their spreadsheets and programs, I am in deep awe and respect of some of the superheroes that have saved hundreds of lives (with many of these being counterfactual given the effectiveness and new vectors of impact) though I'll let them summarize their numbers.
I am very excited about where the projects will be in one and even five years and commend everyone involved.