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A dedicated follow-up session to shape an AI Safety Landscape takes place in NYC, US, February 6, 2020, Bloomberg offices.
This initiative aims at defining an AI safety landscape providing a “view” of the current needs, challenges and state of the art and the practice of this field, as a key step towards developing an AI Safety body of knowledge.


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Towards an AI Safety Landscape
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  • Huáscar Espinoza, Commissariat à l´Energie Atomique, France

  • Xiaowei Huang, University of Liverpool, UK

  • José Hernández-Orallo, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain

  • Mauricio Castillo-Effen, Lockheed Martin, USA

  • Seán Ó hÉigeartaigh, University of Cambridge, UK

  • Richard Mallah, Future of Life Institute, USA


  • Dragos Margineantu, Boeing, USA

  • Ganesh Pai, NASA Ames Research Center, USA

  • Peter Eckersley, Partnership on AI, USA

  • Carroll Wainwright, Partnership on AI, USA

  • Sandeep Neema, DARPA, USA

  • Kyle Julian, Stanford University - Center for AI Safety, USA

  • François Terrier, CEA LIST, France

  • Ece Kamar, Microsoft Research - AI, USA

  • Alec Banks, Defence Science and Technology Laboratory, UK

  • Rob Ashmore, Defence Science and Technology Laboratory, UK

  • Mandar Pitale, NVIDIA, USA

  • Gregory Flandin, IRT St Exupery, France
    Jayant Sen-Gupta, Airbus AI Research and IRT Saint Exupéry, France

  • Gopal Sarma, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, USA

  • Douglas Lange, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific, USA

  • John Burden, University of York, UK

  • Rohin Shah, Center for Human-Compatible AI – U. Berkeley, USA

  • Rachel Freedman, Center for Human-Compatible AI – U. Berkeley, USA

  • Aryeh Englander, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, USA

  • Gary Kazantsev, Bloomberg, USA

  • Max Kesin, Future of Life Institute, USA

  • Gideon Mann, Bloomberg, USA

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