UCLA School of Law — AI Governance

Grant investigator: Helen Toner
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The Open Philanthropy Project recommended a gift of $1,536,222 to the UCLA School of Law to support a fellowship, research, and meetings on governance and policy issues related to advanced artificial intelligence. The work will be led by Professor Edward Parson and Assistant Professor Richard Re, who plan to use this funding to hire two fellows for three years to do academic research, publish papers, and hold meetings and workshops related to the topic. This gift falls within our work on potential risks from advanced artificial intelligence.

UCLA — Climate Engineering Governance

Published: April 2017

The Open Philanthropy Project recommended a grant of $776,095 to the UCLA School of Law to support research and meetings on climate engineering governance led by Professor Edward Parson. Professor Parson plans to use this grant to hire one or two fellows for three years to do academic research, publish papers, and hold meetings and workshops on climate engineering governance with relevant policymakers. We hope that this grant will positively influence the future of climate engineering governance and policy.

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UCLA School of Law Climate Engineering Governance Proposal Source