Intersect Open Philanthropy and Machine Intelligence Research Institute

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Common people

Person Open Philanthropy Machine Intelligence Research Institute
Luke Muehlhauser Research Analyst (2016-01-112018-02-26); Senior Research Analyst (2018-02-26–) General Advisor (2015-07-01–); Research Fellow (2011-09-012011-11-01); Executive Director (2011-11-012015-05-31); Board Director (2015-03-012015-07-01)
Daniel Dewey Program Officer, Potential Risks from Advanced Artificial Intelligence (2016-05-20–); Consulting Research Analyst (2015-01-01–); Program Officer for Potential Risks from Advanced Artificial Intelligence (2015-01-01–) Research Associate (2011-01-012015-01-01)
Paul Christiano Technical advisor (–) Research Associate (2013-05-012015-03-01)

Organization documents (3 documents)

Title Publication date Author Publisher Affected organizations Affected people Document scope Cause area Notes
Comment on After one year of applying for EA jobs: It is really, really hard to get hired by an EA organisation 2019-02-27 Aaron Gertler Effective Altruism Forum Centre for Effective Altruism, Open Philanthropy, Machine Intelligence Research Institute, Ought, Vox, AI Impacts, Center for Human-Compatible AI, Berkeley Existential Risk Initiative Job application experience Various Gertler describes his experience applying to various effective altruism-related organizations.
Simultaneous Shortage and Oversupply 2019-01-25 Jeff Kaufman Open Philanthropy, Machine Intelligence Research Institute Job market commentary Various Kaufman articulates a puzzle: EA-related organizations take a long time to fill open roles, but there are a lot of people interested in joining such organizations. Although no individual organization is discussed in depth, job postings for the Open Philanthropy Project and the Machine Intelligence Research Institute are mentioned. Post also available on Facebook at [1] The comments on the Facebook post also show up in the original post location, and include thoughts from people on why they are not applying for EA jobs. A comment by Sarah Spikes notes her experience working on the tech side at CEA
Comment on Let’s conduct a survey on the quality of MIRI’s implementation 2016-02-19 Nate Soares Effective Altruism Forum Machine Intelligence Research Institute, Open Philanthropy Daniel Dewey AI safety Soares responds to a blog post calling for an evaluation of MIRI’s research output and strategy. Soares mentions an ongoing investigation by Open Philanthropy Project, as well as plans for “an independent evaluation of our organizational efficacy”.