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:
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.
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.
A study of the effect human-like language and mind perception have on perceptions of threat and trust towards AI and how this, in turn, may affect attitudes towards AI and AI governance.