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[sea-list] AI Safety at OpenAI (Today) at 5:30pm 4/24 @ Varian Physics 355
jakemck at stanford.edu
Wed Apr 24 08:46:03 PDT 2019
You are invited to the weekly transformative* AI safety working group
This week, OpenAI <https://openai.com/> researcher Geoffrey Irving
<https://naml.us/>will lead a discussion about safety work at OpenAI,
emphasizing human reward learning <https://arxiv.org/abs/1706.03741>, safety
via debate <https://arxiv.org/abs/1805.00899>, and why AI safety needs
social scientists <https://distill.pub/2019/safety-needs-social-scientists>.
This event is targeted at graduate students, but highly interested
undergraduates (especially those involved in Stanford EA, since we're
helping run this) are welcome as well!
Details: 5:30pm Wednesday, April 24th in Varian physics 355 (3rd floor).
Email Nate Thomas (ncthomas at stanford.edu) with your questions.
Hope to see you there!
*By "transformative AI", we mean that we'll mostly be focusing on long-term
challenges related to "AI that precipitates a transition comparable to (or
more significant than) the agricultural or industrial revolution" (from the
Open Philanthropy Project blog
)" in this working group. (Though we're really excited to see expanding
efforts in related areas too!)
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