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My work is currently focused on exploring public and expert perceptions and forecasts of AI. I apply my experience working in Experimental Psychology to explore themes relevant to AI governance and ethics, existential risk, and AI forecasting.


My current projects include:

AI and ML researchers’ views of AI

My collaborators and I have published three papers from a 2019 survey of NeurIPS and ICML authors’ views of themes relevant to AI governance, ethics, forecasting and immigration. The articles explore AI researchers’ views on AI ethics and governance, immigration, and AI progress forecasts. The new GovAI 2022 AI researcher survey is currently in the planning phase.

Economists’ views of the future of AI

A survey of economists that aims to find out their views on AI policy and predictions about the effect of AI on growth and other economic outcomes.

Public opinion of artificial intelligence

A cross-cultural survey of the public in China, Europe, and the US exploring themes important to AI ethics and governance and the long-term future of AI.

US local policymakers’ views of AI

A brief survey fielded by CivicPulse of US local policymakers’ views on the impacts of AI and AI policy.