Hot off the presses: https://dominiccummings.com/2020/01/02/two-hands-are-a-lot-were-hiring-data-scientists-project-managers-policy-experts-assorted-weirdos/ (a)
+1 – this game is great.
It's really good with 3-4 people giving instructions and one person in the hot seat. Great for team bonding.
Thanks for this.
I don't have good descriptors for them presently, so I'll just note that I've had some spiritual experiences. They have tended to be very helpful for my everyday life. A few of them included powerful synchronicities.
See also My current thoughts on MIRI's "highly reliable agent design" work by Daniel Dewey (Open Phil lead on technical AI grant-making).
From the "What do I think of HRAD?" section:
... This reduces my credence in HRAD being very helpful to around 10%. I think this is the decision-relevant credence.
See also SSC's Against Lie Inflation
See also: If physics is many-worlds, does ethics matter?
Recent Steve Hsu post on Cummings (a).
Reflecting on this more, I'm realizing that the most important strategist of the current UK government is a straight-up rationalist (e.g. his post on AGI safety (a)).
Rationality gym (of a certain flavor): https://www.monasticacademy.com
His recent research on automation might relate to his lack of urgency here.