April links

This is why I consume so many books and articles even though I don’t remember most of their specific content when asked about them. I’m also usually doing a breadth-first search to find candidates that might be worth a deep dive. E.g. I think I found Ian Morris faster than I otherwise would have because I’ve been doing breadth-first search.

Notable lessons (so far) from the Open Philanthropy Project.

A prediction market for behavioral economics replication attempts.

Towards a 21st century orchestral canon. And a playlist resulting from that discussion.

 

AI stuff

Tegmark, Russell, and Horvitz on the future of AI onĀ Science Friday.

Eric Drexler has a new FHI technical report on superintelligence safety.

Brookings Institute blog post about AI safety, regulation, and superintelligence.

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