Two MIRI talks from AGI-11

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Thanks in part to the volunteers at MIRI Volunteers, we can now release the videos, slides, and transcripts for two talks delivered at AGI-11. Both talks represent joint work by Anna Salamon and Carl Shulman, who were MIRI staff at the time (back when MIRI was known as the “Singularity Institute”):

Salamon & Shulman (2011). Whole brain emulation as a platform for creating safe AGI. [Video] [Slides] [Transcript]

Shulman & Salamon (2011). Risk-averse preferences as an AGI safety technique. [Video] [Slides] [Transcript]