On March 17, a workshop on artificial intelligence, decision theory and severe uncertainty was held at the University of Cambridge, with the following talks:
Arif Ahmed (Cambridge) – Rationality and Future Discounting
Richard Bradley (LSE) – Deciding with Confidence
Catrin Campbell-Moore (Bristol) – Risk Avoidance Can’t be Accurate
Huw Price and Yang Liu (Cambridge) – Heart of DARCness
Bernhard Salow (Cambridge) – TBC
The workshop was held in the Old Combination Room, at Trinity College.
This workshop was funded by the Cambridge Centre for the Study of Existential Risk (http://cser.org/) and the School of Arts and Humanities at the University of Cambridge.
Full report coming soon.