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== Existential risk ==
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* OpenAI
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* DeepMind
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* Google Brain
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* Vicarious
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* Cambridge Centre for the Study of Existential Risk
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* Future of Humanity Institute
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* Open Philanthropy Project
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* Center for Human-Compatible Artificial Intelligence
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* Future of Life Institute
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* Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence
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== Development and global health ==
 
== Development and global health ==
  
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* DMI
 
* DMI
 
* GiveDirectly
 
* GiveDirectly
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* GiveWell
 
* IPA
 
* IPA
 
* GAO
 
* GAO

Revision as of 08:57, 19 October 2016

Existential risk

  • OpenAI
  • DeepMind
  • Google Brain
  • Vicarious
  • Cambridge Centre for the Study of Existential Risk
  • Future of Humanity Institute
  • Open Philanthropy Project
  • Center for Human-Compatible Artificial Intelligence
  • Future of Life Institute
  • Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence

Development and global health

  • interamerican development bank
  • Asian Development Bank
  • (I imagine African Development Bank, but I don't know it well)
  • CEGA at berkeley
  • IFPRI
  • Center for Global Development
  • RAND
  • There could be other think tanks like Center for American Progress, Brookings, etc. that would be a good fit.
  • There will be a bunch of other institutes affiilaiated with lots of universities that would be a good fit. e.g. sonal shah's shop at georgetown, or georgetown's GUIDE
  • Instiglio
  • Dimagi
  • perhaps Jhpiago
  • DMI
  • GiveDirectly
  • GiveWell
  • IPA
  • GAO
  • Arnold Foundation
  • Bloomberg Foundation
  • Rockefeller Foundation
  • Omidyar Network
  • DFID
  • YoungLove
  • IDInsight
  • Nesta
  • International Growth Center
  • White House Social and Behavioral Sciences Team (SBST)