I'm an early career independent researcher who graduated in Economics at University of Cambridge in 2019. I'm part of Modeling Cooperation, a team of independent researchers who work to build computational models and software tools for understanding the consequences of competition in transformative AI. We've previously investigated the consequences of a Windfall Clause in a model of AI Existential Safety (under review, see preprint on arXiv at: https://arxiv.org/abs/2108.09404). My current work focuses on building a model to explore policies to promote more resources for AI Safety research.
In October I'm starting a PhD at Teeside University on “Understanding dynamics of AI Safety development through behavioural and network modelling”.