- Early-career funding for individuals interested in improving the long-term future
- Award Date:
- To support work and study related to improving the long-term future.
Open Philanthropy recommended a total of approximately $264,856 over two years in flexible support to enable seven early-career individuals to pursue work and study related to improving the long-term future. Open Philanthropy sought applications for this funding here. Recipients include:
- Emefa Agawu, career development
- Ben Greenberg, self-study and research related to AI safety
- Julian Hazell, self-study on AI governance
- Petra Kosonen, PhD in philosophy at the University of Oxford
- Aidan Mackenzie, congressional internship
- Anish Upadhayay, participation in an online course on deep reinforcement learning
- Michael Yang, self-study related to technology policy and AI policy
- Angela Zhong, internship at the United States Mission to the United Nations
Open Philanthropy is still in the process of finalizing scholarship recipients and will update the list above as recipients are confirmed.
This falls under Open Philanthropy's work aimed at growing the community of people working to improve the long-run future.