We are pleased to announce that sign-ups for the 3rd annual Stanford Existential Risks Conference are now open! We will be running a hybrid conference this year. Sign-ups for both in-person and virtual attendance are now live. 

This is an exciting opportunity for attendees to engage with experts in the field, network with like-minded individuals, and gain insights into the latest research and developments related to existential risk. This year’s conference aims to take stock of global catastrophic and existential risk studies. A special focus of this meeting will be risk intersections, reinforcements, and cascades: how one risk may amplify (or diminish) another, and how multiple risks interact to create new concerns that may be larger than the sum of their parts. The conference will also feature discussions of the ethics of radical longtermism.

Because space for in-person attendance is limited, we encourage you to sign up as soon as possible.

View additional information about the conference. Questions or concerns? Click here to contact us.

We look forward to your participation in this thought-provoking and impactful event!

In survival and flourishing,

The SERI Team

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