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CHAI and BERI Receive Donations

20 Dec 2020

CHAI and BERI are pleased to announce new support from donors.

Caroline Jeanmaire Recognized in 100 Brilliant Women in AI Ethics List

12 Dec 2020

Caroline Jeanmaire, Director of Strategic Research and Partnerships at CHAI, has been recognized as one of 100 Brilliant Women in AI Ethics in 2021.

Stuart Russell Speaks at Governance Of and By Digital Technology Conference

05 Dec 2020

Stuart Russell spoke at the Governance Of and By Digital Technology conference on November 18, hosted by the EPFL International Risk Governance Center (IRGC) and the Trigger Project.

CHAI Internship Application Is Now Open

12 Nov 2020

CHAI’s internship application is now open. View the application, as well as testimonials and publications from previous interns, at the internship posting.

Watch the Book Launch of The Alignment Problem in Conversation with Brian Christian and Nora Young

05 Nov 2020

On October 21st, 2020, CHAI celebrated the launch of Brian Christian’s new book, The Alignment Problem. The book tells the story of the ethics and safety movement in AI, surveying its history, recent milestones, and open problems. The Alignment Problem reports directly from those working on the AI safety frontier, including current CHAI researchers.

CHAI Publishes Progress Report

20 Oct 2020

CHAI published a 2020 Progress Report which highlights some of the most important research that CHAI has produced since its inception.

Brian Christian Publishes The Alignment Problem

10 Oct 2020

Longstanding CHAI participant Brian Christian has published The Alignment Problem: Machine Learning and Human Values, which chronicles the growth and progress of the field of technical AI safety, highlighting its recent milestones and open problems.

NeurIPS Accepts Seven Papers by CHAI Researchers

05 Oct 2020

NeurIPS 2020 accepted seven papers co-authored by CHAI researchers:

CHAI PhD Student Vael Gates Publishes in Cognitive Science

29 Sep 2020

PhD student Vael Gates and Professors Anca Dragan and Tom Griffiths published “How to Be Helpful to Multiple People at Once” in the journal Cognitive Science. The authors consider the problem of assisting multiple recipients with very different preferences, with one aim of constraining the space of desirable behavior in assistive artificial intelligence systems.

Joseph Halpern Presents at the 2020 Conference on Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence

Cornell Professor Joseph Halpern and Xinming Liu presented “Bounded Rationality in Las Vegas: Probabilistic Finite Automata Play Multi-Armed Bandits” at the 2020 Conference on Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence.

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