Numerous parties are calling for “the democratisation of AI”. But the phrase seems to refer to a variety of goals—which sometimes conflict.
As our 2022 Summer Fellowship comes to a close, we’re proud to highlight what our Summer Fellows have been up to!
The AI governance space needs more rigorous work on what influential actors (e.g. governments and AI labs) should do in the next few years to prepare the world for advanced AI. We're setting up a...
The US National AI Research Resource should provide structured access to models, not just data and compute
GovAI's Economics and AI Lead, Anton Korinek, released a MOOC on the Economics of AI.
There is a trend within AI research towards building large models that have a broad range of capabilities. Labs building such models face a dilemma when deciding how to share them.
2021 was a year of big changes for GovAI. Most significantly, we spun out from the University of Oxford and adopted a new non-profit structure. At the same time, after five years within the...
The Centre for the Governance of AI (GovAI) has relaunched as a nonprofit organisation. Our mission remains the same: We are building a global research community, dedicated to helping humanity...
Problems of cooperation—in which agents have opportunities to improve their joint welfare but are not easily able to do so—are ubiquitous and important.
2020 saw many continued developments in AI governance. It is heartening to see how rapidly this field continues to grow, and exciting to be part of that growth. This report provides a summary of ou...
2019 saw many continued developments in AI governance. It is heartening to see how rapidly this field continues to grow, and exciting to be part of that growth. This report provides a summary of ou...