The MIRI Research Fellowship is available to graduate students with published research in the areas of computer science, logic, or mathematics. You must have enough background to understand different parts of the research program and technical work as needed, have a proactive research attitude, and the ability to generate productive new ideas for research directions to be considered for this fellowship. As a fellow, you will help solve open problems related to the AI alignment problem and research topics such as logical uncertainty, decision theory, and corrigibility. Other research topics will be seriously considered if you can make the case for their tractability and their relevance to the design of cleanly designed, robustly and stably beneficial, well-understood AGI systems.
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