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Who Needs to Know? Minimal Knowledge for Optimal Coordination

07 Jul 2023

To optimally coordinate with others in cooperative games, it is often crucial to have information about one’s collaborators. However, not every feature of collaborators is strategically relevant.

Seventh annual CHAI Workshop

20 Jun 2023

From the 16th to the 18th of June, CHAI held its 7th annual workshop at Asilomar Conference Grounds in Pacific Grove, CA.

Harms from Increasingly Agentic Algorithmic Systems

29 May 2023

CHAI Micah Carroll and former CHAI interns Dmitrii Krasheninnikov, Lauro Langosco, and Yawen Duan published a paper titled Harms from Increasingly Agentic Algorithmic Systems for FAccT 2023.

Dealing with expert bias in collective decision-making

02 May 2023

In their paper published in the AI journal, CHAI Tom Lenaerts and Axel Abels argue that quite some real-world problems can be formulated as decision-making problems wherein one must repeatedly make an appropriate choice from a set of alternatives.

Keynote at The Value Connection workshop

11 Apr 2023

On the 1st of April, CHAI’s Brian Christian gave an opening keynote address at “The Value Connection Workshop” in Amsterdam, an interdisciplinary workshop on human values, hosted by TU Delft and sponsored by the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences and the Delft Design for Values Institute.

AI has much to offer humanity. It could also wreak terrible harm. It must be controlled

05 Apr 2023

On the 2nd of April 2023, Stuart Russell published an article in The Guardian making the point that systems with abilities exceeding human capacity have been let loose.

Distinguished Lectures on the Status and Future of Al

04 Apr 2023

Four distinguished lectures on the Status and Future of Al organised by CITRIS Research Exchange and BAIR will be livestreamed and held in person at CHAI.

Can A.I. Treat Mental Illness?

14 Mar 2023

Brian Christian was interviewed by physician and staff writer Dhruv Khullar of the New Yorker for an article about medical applications of language models.

A Research Agenda for Assessing the Economic Impacts of Code Generation Models

01 Mar 2023

Sam Manning, Pamela Mishkin, CHAI’s Gillian Hadfield, Tyna Eloundou, and Emily Eisner published a paper titled A Research Agenda for Assessing the Economic Impacts of Code Generation Models for OpenAI.

Brief of Center for Democracy and Technology and 6 Technologies as Amici Curiae in Support of Respondent

17 Feb 2023

CHAI’s Jonathan Stray joined with Brandie Nonnecke from Berkeley’s CITRIS Policy lab, the Center for Democracy and Technology, and other scholars to file a brief for the Supreme Court in an upcoming case called “Gonzalez vs. Google” that asks whether “targeted recommendations” should be protected under the same law that protects the “publishing” of third party content.

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