We are dedicated to the study and mitigation of risks that could lead to human extinction or civilisational collapse
A Family Buisness
- 27 February 2024
- Bury St Edmunds Theatre Royal
Existential Risk Dialogues: personal journeys into global catastrophe research
- 19 March 2024
- Runcie Room, Faculty of Divinity
Team wins the 2023 Next Generation for Biosecurity Competition
- 01 December 2023
Institute for Technology and Humanity launches in Cambridge
- 24 November 2023
Comment on the Bletchley Declaration
- 01 November 2023
CSER team wins two of the four fellowships awarded to Cambridge
- 18 October 2023
Working together to safeguard humanity
We are an interdisciplinary research centre within the University of Cambridge who study existential risks, develop collaborative strategies to reduce them, and foster a global community of academics, technologists and policy-makers working to safeguard humanity. Our research focuses on biological risks, environmental risks, risks from artificial intelligence, and how to manage extreme technological risk in general.
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Now is an important time for efforts to reduce existential risk. This is the first century in which one species holds the future of the planet in its hands – us. Will we be able to reap the benefits of technology or will the human story end with us?
Partner with us to safeguard humanity’s potential.