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Today, Georgetown University [[announced our support for the launch]] of a new think tank dedicated to policy analysis at the intersection of national and international security and emerging technologies. The Center for Security and Emerging Technology (CSET) is led by Jason Matheny, former Assistant Director of National Intelligence and Director of Intelligence Advanced Research Projects... Read More
We're now supporting History of Philanthropy work via a grant to the Urban Institute. One output of this project is a literature review on the social impact of - and role of philanthropic funding in - the Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs (sometimes abbreviated as "Pugwash"), which "brought together notable scientists from both sides of the iron curtain in order to discuss nuclear... Read More
Last year, the year before, and the year before that, we published a set of suggestions for individual donors looking for organizations to support. This year, we are repeating the practice and publishing updated suggestions from Open Philanthropy Project staff who chose to provide them. The same caveats as in previous years apply: These are reasonably strong options in causes of interest, and... Read More
In October 2016, we wrote: we are contracting [a developer] to build a simple online application for credence calibration training: training the user to accurately determine how confident they should be in an opinion, and to express this confidence in a consistent and quantified way. That online application is now available: Play "Calibrate Your Judgment" Note that you must sign in... Read More
In October 2016, we wrote: we are contracting [a developer] to build a simple online application for credence calibration training: training the user to accurately determine how confident they should be in an opinion, and to express this confidence in a consistent and quantified way. That online application is now available: Play "Calibrate Your Judgment" Note that you must sign in... Read More
In October 2016, we wrote: we are contracting [a developer] to build a simple online application for credence calibration training: training the user to accurately determine how confident they should be in an opinion, and to express this confidence in a consistent and quantified way. That online application is now available: Play "Calibrate Your Judgment" Note that you must sign in... Read More
In October 2016, we wrote: we are contracting [a developer] to build a simple online application for credence calibration training: training the user to accurately determine how confident they should be in an opinion, and to express this confidence in a consistent and quantified way. That online application is now available: Play "Calibrate Your Judgment" Note that you must sign in... Read More
In October 2016, we wrote: we are contracting [a developer] to build a simple online application for credence calibration training: training the user to accurately determine how confident they should be in an opinion, and to express this confidence in a consistent and quantified way. That online application is now available: Play "Calibrate Your Judgment" Note that you must sign in... Read More
In October 2016, we wrote: we are contracting [a developer] to build a simple online application for credence calibration training: training the user to accurately determine how confident they should be in an opinion, and to express this confidence in a consistent and quantified way. That online application is now available: Play "Calibrate Your Judgment" Note that you must sign in... Read More
In October 2016, we wrote: we are contracting [a developer] to build a simple online application for credence calibration training: training the user to accurately determine how confident they should be in an opinion, and to express this confidence in a consistent and quantified way. That online application is now available: Play "Calibrate Your Judgment" Note that you must sign in... Read More

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