Boun­ties (ac­tive)

TagLast edit: 1 Nov 2020 12:33 UTC by plex

A bounty is a monetary payment for accomplishing some task. On LessWrong, bounties have historically been paid out for things like providing useful information, doing a novel piece of research, or changing someone’s mind about a topic.

This tag is for bounties that are actively accepting submissions. (It has a sister for bounties that have closed.)

Bounties might be listed in the post itself or in its comments.

If you’re hosting a bounty, please make sure to change the tags to indicate the status of the bounty.

See also: Bounties (closed), Grants and fundraising opportunities, Bountied Rationality Facebook group

£2000 bounty—con­tra­cep­tives (and UTI) liter­a­ture review

Chi Nguyen15 Sep 2021 22:37 UTC
66 points
13 comments2 min readLW link

$1000 bounty for OpenAI to show whether GPT3 was “de­liber­ately” pre­tend­ing to be stupi­der than it is

jacobjacob21 Jul 2020 18:42 UTC
52 points
40 comments2 min readLW link

Thomas Kwa’s Bounty List

Thomas Kwa13 Jun 2020 0:03 UTC
12 points
10 comments1 min readLW link

[Question] What are some good pub­lic con­tri­bu­tion op­por­tu­ni­ties? (100$ bounty)

Gurkenglas18 Jun 2020 14:47 UTC
18 points
1 comment1 min readLW link

An­nounc­ing the Fore­cast­ing In­no­va­tion Prize

15 Nov 2020 21:12 UTC
67 points
5 comments2 min readLW link

How much chess en­g­ine progress is about adapt­ing to big­ger com­put­ers?

paulfchristiano7 Jul 2021 22:35 UTC
111 points
23 comments6 min readLW link

EA Fo­rum Creative Writ­ing Con­test: $10,000 in prizes for good stories

aarongertler12 Sep 2021 21:25 UTC
32 points
0 comments1 min readLW link

[Question] Prize: In­ter­est­ing Ex­am­ples of Evaluations

28 Nov 2020 21:11 UTC
42 points
25 comments2 min readLW link

[Question] What are some real life Inad­e­quate Equil­ibria?

Eli Tyre29 Jan 2021 12:17 UTC
47 points
63 comments3 min readLW link
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