Acknowledgements & References

This post is part of the se­quence ver­sion of the Effec­tive Altru­ism Foun­da­tion’s re­search agenda on Co­op­er­a­tion, Con­flict, and Trans­for­ma­tive Ar­tifi­cial In­tel­li­gence.

Acknowledgements

As noted in the doc­u­ment, sev­eral sec­tions of this agenda drew on writ­ings by Lukas Gloor, Daniel Koko­ta­jlo, Anni Leskelä, Cas­par Oester­held, and Jo­hannes Treut­lein. Thank you very much to David Althaus, To­bias Bau­mann, Alexis Car­lier, Alex Cloud, Max Daniel, Michael Den­nis, Lukas Gloor, Adrian Hut­ter, Daniel Koko­ta­jlo, János Kramár, David Krueger, Anni Leskelä, Matthijs Maas, Linh Chi Nguyen, Richard Ngo, Cas­par Oester­held, Ma­hen­dra Prasad, Ro­hin Shah, Carl Shul­man, Ste­fan Torges, Jo­hannes Treut­lein, and Jonas Vol­lmer for com­ments on drafts of this doc­u­ment. Thank you also to the par­ti­ci­pants of the Effec­tive Altru­ism Foun­da­tion re­search re­treat and work­shops, whose con­tri­bu­tions also helped to shape this agenda.

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