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Artificial Intelligence, Decision Theory, and Severe Uncertainty (Workshop)
March 17 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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 ran from the Old Combination Room, at Trinity College. The workshop ran from 9am until shortly after 5pm (to be followed by drinks and then dinner). Morning coffee, lunch and afternoon snacks was provided for those who RSVPed by the end of February (to email@example.com).
This workshop is 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.