This infographic summarizes some of CSER’s research stemming from the AI:FAR Project.
Some of the visuals have been adapted from previous papers including 'The transformative potential of artificial intelligence' paper by Ross Gruetzemacher and Jess Whittlestone and 'Filling gaps in trustworthy development of AI' by Shahar Avin et al.
Below are some more noteworthy papers and projects from the AI:FAR Project:
- 'Why policy makers should beware claims of new ‘arms races’ by Haydn Belfield and Christian Ruhl
- FLI Worldbuilding Contest - Joint CSER & CFI team awarded 2nd prize
- 'Exploring artificial intelligence futures' by Shahar Avin
- 'AI & Antitrust: Reconciling Tensions Between Competition Law and Cooperative AI Development' by Haydn Belfield and Shin Shin Hua
- 'Exploring AI Safety in Degrees: Generality, Capability and Control' by John Burden and Jose Hernandez-Orallo
- ‘Paths Untaken: The History, Epistemology and Strategy of Technological Restraint, and lessons for AI’ by Matthijs Maas
- ‘Aligning AI Regulation to Sociotechnical Change’ by Matthijs Maas