The Artificial General Intelligence Society is a nonprofit organization with the goals:
Mission: To catalyze and support research and initiatives for safeguarding life and developing optimistic visions of the future, including positive ways for humanity to steer its own course considering new technologies and challenges.
We are currently focusing on keeping artificial intelligence beneficial and we are also exploring ways of reducing risks from nuclear
weapons and biotechnology. FLI is based in the Boston area, and welcomes the participation of scientists, students, philanthropists, and others nearby and around the world.
http://futureoflife.org/ (USA, global)
The Strategic Artificial Intelligence Research Centre is a joint Oxford-Cambridge research center, which aims to develop policies to be enacted by governments, industry leaders, and others in order to minimize risks and maximize benefit from artificial intelligence (AI) development in the longer term. The centre aims to foster a constructive and inclusive global conversation around AI policy, to bring a broad range of expertise to bear on the question, and to avoid the potential for immature knee-jerk regulation.
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