AI safety

Bringing techno-globalism back: a romantically realist reframing of the US-China tech relationship | Jeffrey Ding

Talk of decoupling, an AI arms race, and a tech Cold War abounds. These prominent narratives are rooted in the core assumption of techno-nationalism – that the nation-state is the key unit of analysis for understanding the global technology landscape. Yet, technology advances in a globalizing world. Jeffrey Ding outlines the case for bringing techno-globalism …

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Artificial Intelligence Career Stories | Evan Hubinger and Caroline Jeanmaire

In this episode, Evan and Caroline share personal stories about their careers surrounding artificial intelligence. Evan Hubinger was an AI safety research intern at OpenAI before joining MIRI. His current work is aimed at solving inner alignment for iterated amplification. Evan was an author on “Risks from Learned Optimization in Advanced Machine Learning Systems,” was …

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How I think students should orient to AI safety | Buck Shlegeris

Buck argues that students should engage with AI safety by trying to actually assess the arguments and the safety proposals. He claims that this is doable and useful. Buck Shlegeris is a researcher at the Machine Intelligence Research Institute. Buck works to make the future good for sentient beings; at the moment he believes that …

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