ideally you shouldnt be risk-averse with your donations though
individual eas should be investing in high-risk high-reward for EV too right ?
1st = clean meat/GFI 2nd = diet change/THL
do 3rd world countries eat factory farmed meat?
whats the % chance you think ?
frugal living course, or just look it up http://yboris.com/frugality/
why does it have to be objective ?
question: how do u find ratio of chicken suffering to human ? is it square root # of neurons, so 20:1 ?
is there a resource for e2g out there that doesnt focus on super hard jobs like ib/consulting? (other than this one) i think accounting is a pretty good career but idk if i could be donating more doing something else
what charities do u recommend, gfi ?
what about the poor meat eater problem ? all donors should wait for clean meat to arrive before giving to poverty and maybe causing more harm to the animals there
you dont need to specifically offset that, just donate to the best charity. you already have a net positive impact by being ea anyway
Rafa_fanboy, I've written to you but I'm not sure if you saw the message. You consistently make comments that aren't helpful, and people regularly report them. Please try to keep your comments in the realm of "friendly and productive."
i think carl shulman estimated chickens have 250k neurons, u could use that
whats the charity overhead for something like miri or fhi?
ok, im not sure if ai researchers get paid that much though
That's what happens when everyone who runs EA graduated from either an Ivy League school or Oxford
Dont forget the $13.3M grant the FHI got a few weeks ago, I felt like that was huge for EA