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AI Safety Needs Great Engineers

I've created a discord for the people interested in organizing / collaborating / self-study: https://discord.gg/yWtXrQxA People could start with the brief curriculum published in this document, until a full curriculum might be available :)

AI Safety Needs Great Engineers

Maybe, we could also send out an invitation to all the people who got rejected to join a Slack channel. (I could set that up, if necessary. Since I don't have the emails, though, someone would need to send the invitations). There, based on the curriculum, people could form self-study groups on their own with others close-by (or remotely) and talk about difficulties, bugs, etc. Maybe, even the people who got not rejected could join the slack and help to answer questions (if they like and have time, of course)?

AI Safety Needs Great Engineers

Same here (Not sure yet if I get accepted to AISC though). But I would be happy with helping or co-organizing something like Richard_Ngo suggested. (Although I've never organized something like that before) Maybe a virtual version in (Continental?) Europe, if there are enough people