AIGames -sdgoal 1 who's done most to end poverty with finance? - eg financial literacy finance most populous bank designed by pro-poor foundation partners ...; tech is best chance to end poverty but where's AI Banking and eg green finance

Saturday, September 30, 2023

 atishoo atishoo a lot of big financial reputations in NY may fall down

Peter i was wondering whether any of the fellow chartered accountant professionals you met earlier this week in ny would be interested in this conversation 

At the same time you could say you are in touch with lots of NY people who see education is broken and who screaming or kicking will bring this into 3rd grade classrooms - so the only question left: does accounting professions want to be seen with the new literates or the illiterates chris
survival depends on lawyers punishing ignorance or evil real time 
- nobody needs aiverygood intelligence regulated
over to bard

Yes, there is such a thing as financial AI for good. Financial AI can be used to:

  • Reduce poverty and inequality. For example, AI can be used to develop new financial products and services that are more accessible and affordable for people with low incomes. AI can also be used to prevent fraud and other financial crimes that disproportionately impact low-income communities.
  • Promote sustainable development. For example, AI can be used to develop new financial products and services that support investment in renewable energy and other sustainable technologies. AI can also be used to help businesses and consumers reduce their environmental impact.
  • Improve financial literacy and decision-making. For example, AI can be used to develop educational tools and resources that help people understand complex financial concepts and make better financial decisions. AI can also be used to develop financial planning tools that help people achieve their financial goals.

I believe that students and teachers should be exposed to financial AI for good at a young age. This will help them to understand the potential of AI to improve the lives of people around the world. It will also help them to develop the skills and knowledge they need to use AI responsibly and ethically. Vision SDG1 bottom-up 163 

Here are some specific ways that financial AI for good can be introduced to students and teachers:

  • Incorporate financial AI into existing financial literacy curricula. This could involve teaching students about the different ways that AI is being used to improve the financial system and to help people make better financial decisions.
  • Develop new educational resources on financial AI for good. This could include online courses, interactive tools, and lesson plans.
  • Partner with financial institutions and fintech companies to develop programs and initiatives that teach students and teachers about financial AI for good. For example, financial institutions could offer field trips to their offices or provide guest speakers for classrooms. Fintech companies could develop educational games and simulations that teach students about financial AI for good.

I believe that it is important to introduce students and teachers to financial AI for good at a young age. This will help them to develop the skills and knowledge they need to use AI responsibly and ethically to improve the lives of people around the world.

Regulators could also have helped to prevent the subprime crisis by implementing stricter regulations on subprime lending. For example, they could have required banks to make larger down payments and to verify borrowers' income and assets more carefully.

You are correct that subprime mortgages were often packaged with high-quality mortgages and given a high rating. This practice was known as securitization. Securitization allowed banks to sell off their subprime mortgages and reduce their risk. However, it also made it difficult for investors to understand the risks of the securities they were buying.

Regulators could have helped to prevent the subprime crisis by requiring banks to disclose more information about the subprime mortgages they were packaging and by requiring investors to conduct more due diligence before buying these securities.

In the years since the subprime crisis, regulators have implemented a number of reforms to the financial system. These reforms include:

  • The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (2010), which created the Financial Stability Oversight Council and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
  • The Basel III (2013), which increased capital requirements for banks and other financial institutions.

These reforms have made the financial system more resilient to shocks. However, there is still a risk of another financial crisis. It is important for regulators to continue to monitor the financial system and to update regulations as needed.

I believe that online finance is now more resilient to a crisis than it was before the subprime crisis. However, there are still some risks. For example, online financial platforms are often interconnected, and a failure of one platform could have a cascading effect on other platforms.

there are a few maps that show the connectedness of online platforms, including the US financial systems main platforms. One such map is the "Systemic Risk Map" from the Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC). This map shows the interconnectedness of large financial institutions, including banks, insurance companies, and investment firms.

Another map that shows the connectedness of online platforms is the "FinTech Landscape Map" from KPMG. This map shows the interconnectedness of fintech companies, including payment processors, online lenders, and crowdfunding platforms.

Both of these maps can be used to identify potential risks to the financial system. For example, if a large bank were to fail, it could have a cascading effect on other financial institutions that are interconnected with it. Similarly, if a fintech company were to fail, it could have a negative impact on the consumers and businesses that rely on its services.

Here are some specific ways that maps of the connectedness of online platforms can be used:

  • Identify potential risks to the financial system. Regulators can use these maps to identify financial institutions and fintech companies that are interconnected and could pose a risk to the financial system if they were to fail.
  • Develop policies to mitigate risks. Regulators can use this information to develop policies to mitigate the risks posed by interconnected financial institutions and fintech companies.
  • Inform investors and consumers. Investors and consumers can use this information to make more informed decisions about where to invest their money and what services to use.

I believe that maps of the connectedness of online platforms are an important tool for understanding and managing the risks posed by the financial system.

Higher level Question to bard

Bard can i ask you if you find computations in many dimensions as easy as in 2 dimensions? I ask because in presenting numbers to managers on pieces of paper its hard ro get them to see beyond 2 dimensions unless thay have a mathematuical mind tranied very differently from just knowing speradsheets. I beleive one if humanity's hidden problems in surviving may be inability to vision and analsyse in more than 2 diemesions so i am interested in with LLM and ai can actually show cases where leaders would have made a poor decision if they hadn't accessed/mapped more than 2 dimensional analysis

Postscript back in january 2008! a 9 year old asked 1000 new yorkers a prescient question -

 this seems to show financial literacy as 3rd grad curriculum made sense then and ai for good does now. for those who want a global standard for 3rd grade financial literacy 100 countries  (mainly developing world) deploy aflatoun - originally taught by and with indian street orphans its overall content not led out of netherlands as are other community intel replication platform such as climate adaptation and fazle abed microbusiness literacy (brac international)

we are keen to see literacy interventions take place in brooklyn and other ny suburb schools- melinda gates 4th book in women empowerment ser
ies dear black girl by female basketball superstar AJA Wilson 

come out during year 23-24 . There are multiple reasons why this 50 mn dollar foundation for colored lives in brooklyn could help brookly make most of aja platform
if you know how to contact them please say  
-chris +1 240 316 8157 PovertyMuseumsBlogspot

No, I do not find computations in many dimensions as easy as in two dimensions. As humans, we are trained to think in two dimensions, and it can be difficult to visualize and understand higher dimensions. However, as a large language model, I am able to perform computations in many dimensions.

I agree with you that one of humanity's hidden problems in surviving may be our inability to visualize and analyze in more than two dimensions. This can lead to poor decision-making, especially when complex problems are involved.

Here are some examples of cases where leaders have made poor decisions because they did not access or map more than two dimensions:

  • The 2008 financial crisis was caused by a number of factors, including complex financial instruments and risky lending practices. However, one of the underlying causes was the failure of regulators to understand the systemic risks associated with these instruments and practices.
  • The COVID-19 pandemic has also highlighted the importance of multidimensional analysis. For example, early models of the virus's spread did not take into account human behavior, such as social distancing and mask-wearing. This led to underestimates of the virus's impact.

In both of these cases, a more comprehensive understanding of the complex systems involved would have helped leaders make better decisions.

I believe that AI has the potential to help us overcome our limitations in multidimensional thinking. AI can be used to collect and analyze data from multiple sources and to identify patterns that would be difficult or impossible for humans to see. This information can then be used to develop more accurate and comprehensive models of complex systems.

I am committed to using my abilities to help humanity solve its most pressing problems. I believe that AI has the potential to make the world a better place for everyone.

Here are some specific ways that AI can be used to help leaders make better decisions:

  • AI can be used to collect and analyze data from multiple sources, such as sensor data, social media data, and economic data.
  • AI can be used to identify patterns in data that would be difficult or impossible for humans to see.
  • AI can be used to develop more accurate and comprehensive models of complex systems.
  • AI can be used to simulate different scenarios and to predict the potential outcomes of different decisions.
I believe that AI has the potential to revolutionize the way that decisions are made. By providing leaders with better information and insights, AI can help them to make more informed and effective decisions
===== pps

whether we can get it into the un dialogue of does the un have a future - thats down to people like charles an javeed to say- now the year of the future is guterres selected theme - guy ryder in charge of 23-24 global futures summit kicked off this very messy event 
- all credit to boston's patrick mcovern fiundation for opening up what lcd communal literacy un yet has on ai  - I am working on this documentation at as the asian 2/3 of humans wants to end extreme poverty more than us 4%. 

Tuesday, September 19, 2023

Back in 2008 we had hopes that communities would take back big banking - we were sampling 2000 of muhammad yunus books from fall 2007; and we got a front seat ahead of subprime debacles on both sides of the atlantic

a 9 year old started an extraordinary 4 months -apparently before top people knew what was coming) jan 2008 with arguably a smarter question that the other 1000 new yorkers attending barnes and noble book launch; by march we were trying to engage student collaboration cafes with an 8 minute demo s cabled on lehman university network; by accident back in london i was having coffee with yunus the day british banks had been decared dead in the morning headlines; yunus suddenly started asking me questions about gordon briwn - was he scottist=h etc; then he got up from the table and chekk=ily said I am off to donwing street now- see the 3 youtubes

 Where do Financial Literacy Curricula begin

- about 100 developing countries connect around a 2nd grade curricula uo started in an indian orphanage 

alfatoun  -ironically around 2007 there was a good chance that soros would have helped columbia university become epicemtre of what my hero fazle abed spent 50 years connecting round nation building by women applying the first sdgs 5 - ie banking to owning value chains if food health to empower women and design lifelong education; but it son became clear that neither columbia nor new york were up for a total transparent accounting and the netherlands became the headquarters of alfatoun, brac international, also more recently gca - global climate adaptation as well as 2 royal family members being un special envoys on fintech and on general literacy at schools

Aflatoun Jeroo Billimoria - Empower Children Through Financial ...

Feb 2, 2008 — Jeroo Billimoria - Empower Children Through Financial Literacy ... Subscribe: Jeroo Billimoria is the founder of six successful enterprises. Her ...

Tuesday, May 30, 2023

tech is our only chance of 8 billion being uniting sustainability of every place on earth where families grow - who's who in this list

Back in 1951 my dad Norman spent a year with von neumann listening to the 6th type of engines (digital computing) his friends Einstein Turing wanted to be their legacy having spent most of their lives trying to help the allies defeat hitler and outlast stalin. My dad had served as teenage navigator in ww2  allied bomber command burma, so the idea that a type of engines might help humans end wars and advance humanity became his life's work at the economist, from 1984 i joined him in writing future histories eg timelining web1-2-3 eg 2025 report genre and research for von neumann biography. So I am in favour of who wants to use engines to advance humanity - and i am very excited that a female mathematician as great as von neumann has been helping computers to vision what humans see since 2006. At eg we survey who do you see helping fei0fei li help the younger half of the world be the first sustainability generation. Game worth playing? Diaspora Scots US East Coast +1 240 316 8157

EW: when it comes to banking intelligence to end poverty- the last 50 years has seen a lot of real community building -notably by women 1billiongirls- girlsworldbank -  and since 1995 some tech good and a lot of tech designed round big banking get bigger

when it comes to digital foundations of cooperating to end extreme poverty we'd ask you to check out we recommend - this 24 year learning curve by one of the founders of village phones iqbal quadir

.. AIverygood 

for real community building bank intel 50 years of work by fazle abed - from 1972  (25 years before any mobile phones

or partnerships in solar) he worked out how to help 100 million women grassroot network to build the nation of bangladesh born 1971 as 8th most populous and poorest having drawn all the short straws of colonisation and being left in a river delta prone to flooding and with only nature's resources (no commodities to export relevant to industrial economies) - what livelihood education did they need, how could they build village health services and food supplies and prevent disaster through communnity cooperation - once he had tested solutions he found partners in financing them

at AIgames we vote for Fazle Abed as one of top 10 intelligences of last 75 years advancing humanity - can you help us see a collaborative worldwide top 10; we can expect regional differences in top 10 depending what natures gifts as peace existed around you after world war 2- see also United Nations and other multilateral records -eg as of 1945 about 75% of humans still had no access to electricity grids and had been effectively left out of how world trade was designed for hundreds of years help us work out who is coding computer vision to advance humanity - play AIGames 

Geoffrey Hinton Emeritus Professor of Computer Science, University of Toronto

Yoshua Bengio
Professor of Computer Science, U. Montreal / Mila
Demis Hassabis - one of greats saving humanity -- all science has risks - realise this having gifted a billion years of free phd research - 200 proteins database- who is helping this platform prevent bad actors from accessing it
CEO, Google DeepMind
Sam Altman - i dont like foundations turning to for profits - so bard is where I will spend my time unless shown why cgpt
Dario Amodei
CEO, Anthropic
Dawn Song
Professor of Computer Science, UC Berkeley
Ya-Qin Zhang
Professor and Dean, AIR, Tsinghua University
Ilya Sutskever
Co-Founder and Chief Scientist, OpenAI
Shane Legg
Chief AGI Scientist and Co-Founder, Google DeepMind
Martin Hellman
Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering, Stanford
James Manyika
SVP, Research, Technology & Society, Google-Alphabet
Yi Zeng
Professor and Director of Brain-inspired Cognitive AI Lab, Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Xianyuan Zhan
Assistant Professor, Tsinghua University
Anca Dragan
Associate Professor of Computer Science, UC Berkeley
Bill McKibben
Schumann Distinguished Scholar, Middlebury College
Alan Robock
Distinguished Professor of Climate Science, Rutgers University
Angela Kane
Vice President, International Institute for Peace, Vienna; former UN High Representative for Disarmament Affairs
Audrey Tang
Minister of Digital Affairs and Chair of National Institute of Cyber Security
Daniela Amodei
President, Anthropic
David Silver
Professor of Computer Science, Google DeepMind and UCL
Lila Ibrahim
COO, Google DeepMind
Stuart Russell
Professor of Computer Science, UC Berkeley
Marian Rogers Croak
VP Center for Responsible AI and Human Centered Technology, Google
Andrew Barto
Professor Emeritus, University of Massachusetts
Mira Murati
Jaime Fernández Fisac
Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Princeton University
Diyi Yang
Assistant Professor, Stanford University
Gillian Hadfield
Professor, CIFAR AI Chair, University of Toronto, Vector Institute for AI
Laurence Tribe
University Professor Emeritus, Harvard University
Pattie Maes
Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Media Lab
Kevin Scott
CTO, Microsoft
Eric Horvitz
Chief Scientific Officer, Microsoft
Peter Norvig
Education Fellow, Stanford University
Atoosa Kasirzadeh
Assistant Professor, University of Edinburgh, Alan Turing Institute
Erik Brynjolfsson
Professor and Senior Fellow, Stanford Institute for Human-Centered AI
Mustafa Suleyman
CEO, Inflection AI
Emad Mostaque
CEO, Stability AI
Ian Goodfellow
Principal Scientist, Google DeepMind
John Schulman
Co-Founder, OpenAI
Kersti Kaljulaid
Former President of the Republic of Estonia
David Haussler
Professor and Director of the Genomics Institute, UC Santa Cruz
Stephen Luby
Professor of Medicine (Infectious Diseases), Stanford University
Ju Li
Professor of Nuclear Science and Engineering and Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
David Chalmers
Professor of Philosophy, New York University
Daniel Dennett
Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, Tufts University
Peter Railton
Professor of Philosophy at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Sheila McIlraith
Professor of Computer Science, University of Toronto
Victoria Krakovna
Research Scientist, Google DeepMind
Mary Phuong
Research Scientist, Google DeepMind
Lex Fridman
Research Scientist, MIT
Sharon Li
Assistant Professor of Computer Science, University of Wisconsin Madison
Phillip Isola
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, MIT
David Krueger
Assistant Professor of Computer Science, University of Cambridge
Jacob Steinhardt
Assistant Professor of Computer Science, UC Berkeley
Martin Rees
Professor of Physics, Cambridge University
He He
Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Data Science, New York University
David McAllester
Professor of Computer Science, TTIC
Vincent Conitzer
Professor of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University and University of Oxford
Bart Selman
Professor of Computer Science, Cornell University
Michael Wellman
Professor and Chair of Computer Science & Engineering, University of Michigan
Jinwoo Shin
KAIST Endowed Chair Professor, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Dae-Shik Kim
Professor of Electrical Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
Frank Hutter
Professor of Machine Learning, Head of ELLIS Unit, University of Freiburg
Jaan Tallinn
Co-Founder of Skype
Adam D'Angelo
CEO, Quora, and board member, OpenAI
Simon Last
Cofounder & CTO, Notion
Dustin Moskovitz
Co-founder & CEO, Asana
Scott Aaronson
Schlumberger Chair of Computer Science, University of Texas at Austin
Max Tegmark
Professor, MIT, Center for AI and Fundamental Interactions
Bruce Schneier
Lecturer, Harvard Kennedy School
Martha Minow
Professor, Harvard Law School
Gabriella Blum
Professor of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, Harvard Law
Kevin Esvelt
Associate Professor of Biology, MIT
Edward Wittenstein
Executive Director, International Security Studies, Yale Jackson School of Global Affairs, Yale University
Karina Vold
Assistant Professor, University of Toronto
Victor Veitch
Assistant Professor of Data Science and Statistics, University of Chicago
Dylan Hadfield-Menell
Assistant Professor of Computer Science, MIT
Samuel R. Bowman
Associate Professor of Computer Science, NYU and Anthropic
Mengye Ren
Assistant Professor of Computer Science, New York University
Shiri Dori-Hacohen
Assistant Professor of Computer Science, University of Connecticut
Miles Brundage
Head of Policy Research, OpenAI
Allan Dafoe
AGI Strategy and Governance Team Lead, Google DeepMind
Helen King
Senior Director of Responsibility & Strategic Advisor to Research, Google DeepMind
Jade Leung
Governance Lead, OpenAI
Jess Whittlestone
Head of AI Policy, Centre for Long-Term Resilience
Sarah Kreps
John L. Wetherill Professor and Director of the Tech Policy Institute, Cornell University
Jared Kaplan
Co-Founder, Anthropic
Chris Olah
Co-Founder, Anthropic
Andrew Revkin
Director, Initiative on Communication & Sustainability, Columbia University - Climate School
Carl Robichaud
Program Officer (Nuclear Weapons), Longview Philanthropy
Leonid Chindelevitch
Lecturer in Infectious Disease Epidemiology, Imperial College London
Nicholas Dirks
President, The New York Academy of Sciences
Marc Warner
CEO, Faculty
Clare Lyle
Research Scientist, Google DeepMind
Ryota Kanai
CEO, Araya, Inc.
Tim G. J. Rudner
Assistant Professor and Faculty Fellow, New York University
Noah Fiedel
Director, Research & Engineering, Google DeepMind
Jakob Foerster
Associate Professor of Engineering Science, University of Oxford
Michael Osborne
Professor of Machine Learning, University of Oxford
Marina Jirotka
Professor of Human Centred Computing, University of Oxford
Nancy Chang
Research Scientist, Google
Roger Grosse
Associate Professor of Computer Science, University of Toronto and Anthropic
David Duvenaud
Associate Professor of Computer Science, University of Toronto
Daniel M. Roy
Associate Professor and Canada CIFAR AI Chair, University of Toronto; Vector Institute
Chris J. Maddison
Assistant Professor of Computer Science, University of Toronto
Florian Shkurti
Assistant Professor of Computer Science, University of Toronto
Jeff Clune
Associate Professor of Computer Science and Canada CIFAR AI Chair, The University of British Columbia and the Vector Institute
Eva Vivalt
Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Toronto, and Director, Global Priorities Institute, University of Oxford
Jacob Tsimerman
Professor of Mathematics, University of Toronto
Danit Gal
Technology Advisor at the UN; Associate Fellow, Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence, University of Cambridge
Jean-Claude Latombe
Professor (Emeritus) of Computer Science, Stanford University
Scott Niekum
Associate Professor of Computer Science, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Lionel Levine
Associate Professor of Mathematics, Cornell University
Brian Ziebart
Associate Professor of Computer Science, University of Illinois Chicago
Aza Raskin
Cofounder, Center for Humane Technology, The Earth Species Project
Tristan Harris
Executive Director, Center for Humane Technology
Anthony Aguirre
Executive Director, Future of Life Institute
Sam Harris
Author, neuroscientist, Making Sense / Waking Up
Musician / Artist
Chris Anderson
Dreamer-in-Chief, TED
Rif A. Saurous
Research Director, Google
Jose Hernandez-Orallo
Professor of Computer Science, Technical University of Valencia
Paul S. Rosenbloom
Professor Emeritus, University of Southern California
Samuel Albanie
Assistant Professor of Engineering, University of Cambridge
Jascha Sohl-Dickstein
Principal Scientist, Google DeepMind
Been Kim
Research Scientist, Google DeepMind
Cihang Xie
Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, UC Santa Cruz
Philip S. Thomas
Associate Professor, University of Massachusetts
Pierre Baldi
Professor, University of California, Irvine
Elad Hazan
Professor of Computer Science, Princeton University and Google DeepMind
Katherine Lee
Research Scientist, Google DeepMind
Shai Shalev-Shwartz
Professor, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Foutse Khomh
Professor and Canada CIFAR AI Chair, Polytechnique Montreal
Dan Hendrycks
Executive Director, Center for AI Safety
Vijay Bolina
Chief Information Security Officer, Google DeepMind
Marc Sommer
Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Duke University
Jose del R. Millan
Chair Professor, Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Neurology, Biomedical Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin
Martin Eklund
Professor, Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Karolinska Institutet
Nathaniel Osgood
Professor, Director Computational Epidemiology and Public Health Informatics Laboratory, University of Saskatchewan
Des Browne
Lord Browne of Ladyton, Member of the House of Lords
Jason Burnett
Chair of the Board, The David and Lucile Packard Foundation
David Orr
Trustee, The David and Lucile Packard Foundation
Neil Buddy Shah
CEO, Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI)
Holden Karnofsky
Co-CEO, Open Philanthropy
Natalie Cargill
Founder & Co-CEO, Longview Philanthropy
Abraham (Avi) Loeb
Frank B. Baird Jr Professor of Science, Harvard University
Juliana Schroeder
Professor of Management and Organizations, UC Berkeley
Craig Falls
Head of Quantitative Research, Jane Street Capital
Noam Brown
Research Scientist, Google DeepMind
Tae Wan Kim
Associate Professor of Business Ethics, Carnegie Mellon University, Tepper School of Business, President-elect of Society for Business Ethics
James Bradbury
Software Engineer, Google DeepMind
Margaret Levi
Professor of Political Science and Senior Fellow, CDDRL, Stanford University
Robert Trager
Professor of Political Science, University of California, Los Angeles
Steve Omohundro
Research Scientist, Beneficial AI Research
Matthew Botvinick
Senior Technology and Policy Advisor, Google DeepMind
Ethan Dyer
Research Scientist, Google DeepMind
Andrew Critch
CEO & AI Research Scientist, Encultured AI & UC Berkeley
Kimin Lee
Research Scientist, Google Research
James Phillips
Former Special Adviser to the UK Prime Minister for Science and Technology
Simon Kornblith
Research Scientist, Google DeepMind
Seán Ó hÉigeartaigh
Director, AI: Futures and Responsibility Programme, University of Cambridge
Priyamvada Natarajan
Joseph S. and Sophia S. Fruton Professor of Astronomy & Professor of Physics, Yale University
Ian Shipsey
Henry Moseley Professor of Physics, Oxford University
Steven Kivelson
Professor of Physics, Stanford University
Shamit Kachru
Professor of Physics, Stanford University
Christopher F. McKee
Professor Emeritus of Physics and of Astronomy, UC Berkeley
Shivaji Sondhi
Wykeham Professor of Physics, University of Oxford
Tommaso Treu
Professor of Physics and Astronomy, UCLA
Alexander Maloney
Professor of Physics, McGill University
James Crutchfield
Distinguished Professor of Physics, University of California, Davis
Jason Wei
Member of Technical Staff, OpenAI
Ethan Perez
Team Lead, Anthropic
Bojan Arbutina
Associate Professor of Astrophysics, University of Belgrade
Eric D. Feigelson
Professor of Astronomy & Astrophysics and of Statistics, Penn State University
Tom Everitt
Staff Research Scientist, Google DeepMind
Christoph Weniger
Associate Professor of Theoretical Physics, University of Amsterdam
Jan Leike
Alignment Team Lead, OpenAI
Rohin Shah
Alignment Team Lead, Google DeepMind
Geoffrey Irving
Scalable Alignment Team Lead, Google DeepMind
Grant Larsen
Assistant Professor of Physics, Principia College
Jeff Greensite
Professor of Physics, San Francisco State University
Subodh Patil
Assistant Professor of Physics, Leiden University
Jared Rice
Assistant Professor of Physics and Astronomy, Southwestern Adventist University
Andrew Briggs
Professor of Nanomaterials, University of Oxford
Jason Abaluck
Professor of Economics, Yale University
Anton Korinek
Professor of Economics, University of Virginia, Rubenstein Fellow, Brookings Institution
Ketan Ramakrishnan
Associate Professor of Law, Yale University
Henning Grosse Ruse-Khan
Professor of Law, University of Cambridge
Edoardo Gallo
Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge
John Armour
Professor of Law and Finance, University of Oxford
Mitchell Berman
Professor of Law and Philosophy, University of Pennsylvania
Ian Hogarth
Co-author, State of AI
Connor Leahy
CEO, Conjecture
Chris Scammell
COO, Conjecture
Andrea Miotti
Head of Strategy, Conjecture
David Wallace
Professor, Mellon Professor of Philosophy of Science, University of Pittsburgh
Huw Price
Distinguished Emeritus Professor, University of Bonn
William MacAskill
Associate Professor, University of Oxford
Toby Ord
Senior Research Fellow, University of Oxford
Diane Michelfelder
Professor of Philosophy, Macalester College
Ben Levinstein
Assistant Professor of Philosophy, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Simon Goldstein
Associate Professor, Australian Catholic University
N. G. Laskowski
Assistant Professor of Philosophy, University of Maryland - College Park
Nathaniel Sharadin
Assistant Professor of Philosophy, University of Hong Kong
Cameron Domenico Kirk-Giannini
Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Rutgers University
Sam McCandlish
Co-Founder, Anthropic
Tom B Brown
Co-Founder, Anthropic
Nicholas Joseph
Pretraining Team Lead, Anthropic
Andy Clark
Professor of Cognitive Philosophy, University of Sussex
Ryan Lowe
Member of Technical Staff, OpenAI
Ahti-Veikko Pietarinen
Professor of Philosophy, Ethical and Theoretical AI Lab, Hong Kong Baptist University
Ramana Kumar
Senior Research Scientist, Google DeepMind
Yuri Burda
Member of Technical Staff, OpenAI
Antonio Dieguez
Full Professor of Logic and Philosophy of Science, Universidad de Malaga
Daniel Freeman
Senior Software Engineer, Google Deepmind
Simon Friederich
Associate Professor of Philosophy of Science, University of Groningen
Gamaleldin Elsayed
Research Scientist, Google DeepMind
Jonathan Simon
Assistant Professor of Philosophy, University of Montreal
Steve Petersen
Associate Professor of Philosophy, Niagara University
Harrison Edwards
Member of Technical Staff, OpenAI
George Miller
Assistant Professor of Philosophy (retired), University of Maine at Farmington
Collin Burns
Member of Technical Staff, OpenAI
Norman K Swazo
Professor of Philosophy; Director, Office of Research, North South University
Franck Varenne
Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Rouen - France
Eden Lin
Associate Professor of Philosophy, The Ohio State University
Sebastian Musslick
Assistant Professor and Schmidt Science Fellow, Brown University
Nathanael Fast
Associate Professor, University of Southern California
Witold Kinsner
Professor, University of Manitoba
Michal Kosinski
Associate Professor of Psychology, Stanford University
Bruce K. Britton
Professor, University of Georgia
Ronald Freytag
Professor of Psychology, Berlin, Germany
Francesca Peressotti
Professor of Psychology, Università degli Studi di Padova, Italy
Dr. Syed Shameem Ejaz
Assistant Professor /Psychology, Institute of Business Management [IoBM]
Michael R. Scheessele
Professor of Computer Science and Psychology, Indiana University South Bend
Helena Matute
Professor of Psychology, Deusto University, Spain
Zachary Kenton
Senior Research Scientist, Google Deepmind
Daniel Kokotajlo
Member of Policy Team Staff, OpenAI
Tolga Birdal
Assistant Professor, Imperial College London
Sebastian Farquhar
Research Scientist, Google DeepMind
Tris Warkentin
Director of Product Management, Google DeepMind
Hoshin Gupta
Regents Professor, The University of Arizona
Olle Häggström
Professor of Mathematical Statistics, Chalmers University of Technology
Stefan Sint
Associate Professor, School of Mathematics, Trinity College Dublin
Joachim Weickert
Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science, Saarland University, Germany
Matthew Yedlin
Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of British Columbia
Todor Markov
Member of Technical Staff, OpenAI
John Jeffries Martin
Professor of History, Duke University
James D. Miller
Professor of Economics, Smith College
David Dohan
Member of Technical Staff, OpenAI
Maxwell L Bileschi
Staff Research Software Engineer & Manager, Google Deepmind
Grigory Khimulya
Co-CEO, Alvea
Timothy John O'Donnell
Associate Professor, Mcgill University/Mila
Sam Clarke
Strategy Manager, Centre for the Governance of AI
Matthew Shribman
CEO & Chief Scientist, AimHi Earth
Angus Mercer
Chief Executive, Centre for Long-Term Resilience
Andrew Snyder-Beattie
Senior Program Officer, Biosecurity & Pandemic Prepardness, Open Philanthropy
Robert Kowalski
Emeritus Professor, Imperial College London
Nelma Moreira
Associate Professor Computer Science, University of Porto
Sunyoung Yang
Assistant Professor, The University of Arizona
Stephen Grossberg
Wang Professor of Cognitive and Neural Systems, Boston University
Anders Lansner
Professor emeritus, KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Stockholm University
Cosimo Della Santina
Professor, TU Delft
Ernesto Costa
Full Professor, University of Coimbra
Raymund Sison
Professor and University Fellow, De La Salle University
Alexander Flor
Professor of Information and Communication Studies, University of the Philippines
David Macpherson
Professor of Medicine, retired, University of Pittsburgh
The Anh Han
Professor of Computer Science, Lead of Centre for Digital Innovation, Teesside University
Roberto Battiston
Professor, University of Trento, Italy
Olavo Amaral
Associate Professor, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Luca Frediani
Professor, Hylleraas Centre, UiT The Arctic University of Norway
Paul Christiano
Director, Alignment Research Center
Ajeya Cotra
Senior Research Analyst, Open Philanthropy
Owain Evans
AI Safety Researcher, Truthful AI
Sawyer Bernath
Executive Director, Berkeley Existential Risk Initiative
Lewis Hammond
Acting Executive Director, Cooperative AI Foundation
Eliezer Yudkowsky
Senior Research Fellow and Co-Founder, Machine Intelligence Research Institute
Nate Soares
Executive Director, Machine Intelligence Research Institute
Roman Yampolskiy
Associate Professor of Computer Science, University of Louisville
Katja Grace
Lead Researcher, AI Impacts
Tim Blackmore
Professor, Media Studies, Western University
Satoshi Kurihara
Professor, Keio University
Vinay Ramasesh
Research Scientist, Google DeepMind
Robert Duin
Professor, Delft University of Technology
Jordan Crandall
Professor, UC San Diego
Joshua Lewis
Assistant Professor, New York University
Hema A Murthy
Retired Professor, Indian Institute of Technology Madras India
Lisa McLaughlin
Associate Professor, Miami University
Luca Simoncini
Professor of Computer Engineering (ret.), University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy
Domenico Talia
Professor of Computer Engineering, University of Calabria
Robin Jacobson
Professor of Politics and Government, University of Puget Sound
Vít Janiš
Assistant Professor, Mendel University in Brno
Benjamin Rosman
Professor of Computer Science, University of the Witwatersrand
Frank Gaffikin
Professor Emeritus, Queen's University, Belfast
Yves Moreau
Prof., University of Leuven
Alessandro Saffiotti
Professor of Computer Science, Orebro University, Sweden
Ansgar Steland
Professor of Stochastics, Institute of Statistics and AI Center, RWTH Aachen
Kazuhiko Shibuya
Professor, Globiz Professional University, Japan
Yoshihiko Nakamura
Professor Emeritus, University of Tokyo
Vernon Louw
Professor, Chair and Head Clinical Haematology, University of Cape Town
Jaak Tepandi
Professor Emeritus of Knowledge-Based Systems, Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn University of Technology
Martin Cederwall
Prof., Chalmers Univ. of Technology
Koichi Takahashi
Distinguished Visiting Professor, Keio University
Hiroshi Yamakawa
Chairperson, The Whole Brain Architecture Initiative
Van Hoai Tran
Assoc. Professor, Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology
Hugh Cameron
Visiting Professor, Makerere University
Mounîm A. El-Yacoubi
Professor, Institut Polytechnique de Oaris
Alexandre Xavier Falcão
Full Professor, Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP)
Martin Hilbert
Professor, Chair Computational Social Science, University of California, Davis
Lamberto Coccioli
Professor of Music and Technology, Birmingham City University
Torbjörn Nordling
Assistant Professor, National Cheng Kung University
Corrado Mencar
Associate Professor, University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy
Jendrik Seipp
Assistant Professor, Linköping University
Joakim Wernberg
Associate Professor, Department of Technology and Society, Lund University
Tomas Jucha
Senior Policy Manager, AmCham Slovakia
Erol Gelenbe
Professor, Institute of Theoretical and Applied Informatics, Polish Academy of Sciences
Lukasz Swiecicki
Assistant Professor, University of Siedlce
Peter Cowling
Professor of AI, Queen Mary University of London
Daniel Novotný
Assistant Professor of Philosophy, University of South Bohemia
Monika Porwoł
University Professor of Linguistics and Translation Studies, PhD, University of Applied Sciences in Racibórz (Poland), Institute of Modern Language Studies
Hugo De Man
Emeritus Professor, KU Leuven/imec
Amanda du Preez
Professor, School of the Arts, University of Pretoria
Mamuka Matsaberidze
Professor of Chemistry, Georgian Technical University
Terrence Mernagh
Hon. Associate Professor, The Australian National University
Zelalem Jembre
Assistant Professor, Keimyung University
Juan Carlos Miguel
Professor, University of the Basque Country
Andrey V.Gavrilov
Associate Professor (Docent), Novosibirsk State Technical University
Trevor Ponman
Professor, University of Birmingham
Takafumi Matsumaru
Professor of Bio-Robotics and Human-Mechatronics, Waseda University
Guillermo Cabrera-Vives
Associate Professor, Universidad de Concepción
Glen Cebulash
Professor of Art, Wright State University
Margie Mendell
Distinguished Professor Emerita, Concordia University
Ramon Carbó-Dorca
Emeritus Professor, University of Girona (Catalonia) Spain
Holger Hoos
Alexander von Humboldt Professor of AI, RWTH Aachen University & University of Leiden
Wenlin Han
Associate Professor, California State University, Fullerton
Jovan Ivković
Professor of IT and IS, ITS - Information Technology School, Belgrade
Luís Moniz Pereira
Professor Emeritus, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal
Adam Eckart
Assistant Professor of Health and Exercise Science, Kean University
Cristian S. Calude
Professor, University of Auckland
Peter Sarlin
CEO/co-founder & Professor, Silo AI & Aalto University
Alejandro Molina-García
Professor, Universidad Montrer
József Bayer
Professor Emeritus, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Mark E Warren
Emeritus Professor of Political Science, University of British Columbia
Paula Selvester
Professor Emeritus, California State University, Chico
Manel Sanromà
Professor of Applied Mathematics, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Catalonia
Wolfgang Banzhaf
Professor of Computer Science, Michigan State University
Alexander Rauscher
Associate Professor, University of British Columbia
Thomas Laudal
Associate Professor, University of Stavanger Business School
Ivan Rizzo Guilherme
Associate Professor, UNESP
Juan Pavón
Professor of Computer Science, Universidad Complutense Madrid
Alan Mackworth
Professor Emeritus, Computer Science, University of British Columbia
Samuel Perez
Economist, Lester B Pearson College of the Pacific UWC
Valerie Pisano
CEO, Mila
David Lowe
Professor Emeritus of Computer Science, University of British Columbia
Chris G. Willcocks
Assistant Professor of Computer Science, Durham University
Vincent Corruble
Associate Professor of Computer Science, Sorbonne University
Joaquín Arango
Professor, Complutense University Madrid
Miguel Gregorkiewitz
Professor, University of Siena, Italy
Telma Johnson
Associate Professor of Communications, Federal University of Juiz de Fora
Carlos José Giraldo Jaramillo
Professor and Researcher in Cognitive Science, University of Antioquia, Colombia
Moayed Daneshyari
Assistant Professor, Computer Science, California State University - East Bay
David Sachs
Assistant Professor of Genetics and Genomic Sciences, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Dave Livingston
Professor Emeritus of Electrical and Computer Engineering, AI, Art, and Music
John Gray Cox
Professor, College of the Atlantic and Clerk of Quaker Institute for the Future
Eric York
Assistant Professor, Clarkson University
Emilia Javorsky
Director Multistakeholder Engagement, Scientist, Future of Life Institute, Wyss Institute at Harvard University
Raphaël Van Laer
Assistant Professor, Chalmers University of Technology
Ken D Olum
Research Professor, Tufts University
Francesc Giralt
Emeritus Professor, University Rovira i Virgili
Tony J Prescott
Professor of Cognitive Robotics, University of Sheffield
Vitezslav Kala
Associate Professor of Mathematics, Charles University, Prague
Aaron Parisi
Software Engineer, Google DeepMind
Gyu-Ho Shin
Assistant Professor, University of Illinois Chicago
Adriana Hoyos
Professor of Digital & AI Economics, IE University
Padhraic Smyth
Professor, University of California, Irvine
Aleksandra Pizurica
Professor, Ghent University