We are currently focused on listing funding opportunities for AI alignment research.
If you’ve never heard of the AI alignment problem
MIRI wants to support AI safety research around the world. Our MIRIx program encourages mathematicians, computer scientists, and formal philosophers to organize their own workshops, and offers to reimburse the organizers for expenses.Visit Site
AI Alignment Prize
We’re looking for technical, philosophical and strategic ideas for AI alignment, posted publicly before March 31, 2018. You can submit your entries by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The minimum prize pool this time will be $10,000, with a minimum first prize of $5,000.Visit Site
GoodAI – General AI Challenge
Submission deadline:18 May 2018
The General AI Challenge is made up of multiple rounds, each designed to tackle a crucial research problem in human-level AI development. GoodAI will give out $5mil in prize money over the following years.Visit Site
Applications will close no later than 11:59pm PT on March 31st
We’re providing 6-10 stipends and mentorship to individuals from underrepresented groups to study deep learning full-time for 3 months and open-source a project.Visit Site
The opportunities listed below are no longer available.
The Open Philanthropy Project AI Fellows Program
Deadline: November 3, 2017 at 11:59 PM Pacific time.
The Open Philanthropy Project AI Fellows Program aims to fully support a small group of the most promising PhD students in artificial intelligence and machine learning. Increasing the probability of positive outcomes from progress in AI is a major priority of the Open Philanthropy Project, and we believe that supporting talented young researchers is among the best ways to do this.Visit Site
The Future of Life Institute (FLI) – 2018 International AI Safety Grants Competition
INITIAL PROPOSAL — DUE FEBRUARY 25 2018, 11:59 PM Eastern Time
The focus of this RFP is on technical research or other projects enabling development of AI that is beneficial to society and robust in the sense that the benefits have some guarantees: our AI systems must do what we want them to do.
For maximal positive impact, this new grants competition thus focuses on Artificial General Intelligence, specifically research for safe and beneficial AGI. Successful grant proposals will either relate directly to AGI issues, or clearly explain how the proposed work is a necessary stepping stone toward safe and beneficial AGI.Visit Site