Information for Luke Muehlhauser

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List of positions (10 positions)

Organization Title Start date End date Employment type Source Notes
GiveWell Research Analyst 2015-06-01 2016-09-01 full-time [1], [2]
Machine Intelligence Research Institute Board Director 2015-03-01 2015-07-01 [3], [4]
Machine Intelligence Research Institute Executive Director 2011-11-01 2015-05-31 [5], [6]
Machine Intelligence Research Institute General Advisor 2015-07-01 2018-05-01 [4], [7]
Machine Intelligence Research Institute Research Fellow 2011-09-01 2011-11-01 [8]
Machine Intelligence Research Institute Spotlighted Advisor 2021-09-01 2023-08-30 [9], [10]
Open Philanthropy Research Analyst 2015-06-01 2018-02-01 [11], [12], [13]
Open Philanthropy Senior Research Analyst 2018-03-01 2020-12-01 [12], [13]
Open Philanthropy Program officer 2021-01-01 2022-07-01 full-time [14], [13]
Open Philanthropy Senior Program officer 2022-07-01 full-time [15], [13]

Products (1 product)

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How to study superintelligence strategy 2014-07-03 A list of project ideas in superintelligence strategy.

Organization documents (3 documents)

Title Publication date Author Publisher Affected organizations Affected people Document scope Cause area Notes
Reflections on Our 2018 Generalist Research Analyst Recruiting 2019-03-07 Luke Muehlhauser Open Philanthropy Open Philanthropy Muehlhauser gives an overview of Open Philanthropy Project’s recent hiring round, as well as some lessons that were learned in the course of hiring.
Comment on After one year of applying for EA jobs: It is really, really hard to get hired by an EA organisation 2019-02-28 Luke Muehlhauser Effective Altruism Forum Open Philanthropy Muehlhauser gives thoughts on applying to effective altruist organizations. He encourages people to not worry about wasting organizations’ time reviewing applications.
How SIAI could publish in mainstream cognitive science journals 2011-03-09 Luke Muehlhauser LessWrong Machine Intelligence Research Institute Third-party commentary on organization AI safety This blog post is written by Luke Muehlhauser shortly before he moves to the Bay Area; within a few months Muehlhauser would become MIRI's Executive Director and write in [16] that he was mistaken and had missed the main arguments against spending effort publishing in journals.

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