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  1. 1.
    EAG 2018 London: The plurality pandemic04/05/2019
    23:55
  2. 2.
    EAG 2018 London: Why companies should be leading on AI governance04/04/2019
    32:27
  3. 3.
    EAG 2018 London: Fireside chat with Toby Ord04/03/2019
    50:58
  4. 4.
    EAG 2018 London: Promoting welfare biology as the study of wild-animal suffering04/02/2019
    23:55
  5. 5.
    EAG 2018 London: Against Malaria Foundation—What we do04/01/2019
    50:53
  6. 6.
    EAG 2018 London: How sure are we about this AI stuff?03/31/2019
    29:26
  7. 7.
    EAG 2018 London: Using evidence for smart impact investing03/30/2019
    31:47
  8. 8.
    EAG 2018 London: Fireside chat with Rachel Glennerster03/29/2019
    1:11:22
  1. 9.
    EAG 2018 London: Psychology of existential risk and long termism03/28/2019
    26:39
  2. 10.
    EAG 2018 London: Givewell incubation grants—Learning through grantmaking03/27/2019
    29:32
  3. 11.
    EAG 2018 London: Global Priorities Institute: Our goals and research03/26/2019
    1:02:04
  4. 12.
    EAG 2018 London: How corporate reform is changing the landscape for animals03/25/2019
    24:03
  5. 13.
    EAG 2018 London: How to avoid accidentally having a negative impact with your project03/24/2019
    25:29
  6. 14.
    EAG 2018 London: Risks from great power conflicts03/23/2019
    28:00
  7. 15.
    EAG 2018 London: The friendship bench03/22/2019
    31:06
  8. 16.
    EAG 2018 London: A/B testing foreign aid03/21/2019
    22:15
  9. 17.
    EAG 2018 London: Effective giving03/20/2019
    33:08
  10. 18.
    EAG 2018 London: From the Neolithic revolution to the far future03/19/2019
    26:37
  11. 19.
    EAG 2018 London: Charity entrepreneurship03/18/2019
    29:36
  12. 20.
    EAG 2018 London: Policy makers love their children too03/17/2019
    22:00
  13. 21.
    EAG 2018 London: Loss of industrial civilization and recovery03/16/2019
    37:16
  14. 22.
    EAG 2018 London: When will farm animals experience more utility than suffering?03/15/2019
    15:26
  15. 23.
    EAG 2018 London: What role might insects play as part of the future of food?03/14/2019
    50:30
  16. 24.
    EAGx 2018 Netherlands: An introduction to normative uncertainty03/12/2019
    32:55
  17. 25.
    EAGx 2018 Netherlands: Thinking critically about wild-animal suffering03/11/2019
    30:42
  18. 26.
    EAGx 2018 Netherlands: Considerations for fundraising in effective altruism03/10/2019
    27:43
  19. 27.
    EAGx 2018 Netherlands: Complexity science and computational modelling03/09/2019
    54:34
  20. 28.
    EAG 2018 SF: Why should effective altruists embrace uncertainty?03/08/2019
    14:56
  21. 29.
    EAG 2018 SF: Lightning talks03/07/2019
    25:40
  22. 30.
    EAG 2018 SF: How biology has changed03/06/2019
    9:34
  23. 31.
    EAG 2018 SF: Center for Applied Rationality Workshop03/05/2019
    46:41
  24. 32.
    EAG 2018 SF: Productivity hacks03/04/2019
    29:03
  25. 33.
    EAG 2018 SF: Planning productivity03/03/2019
    38:48
  26. 34.
    EAG 2018 SF: Force multiplication03/02/2019
    25:58
  27. 35.
    EAG 2018 SF: Animal advocacy strategies—Technology vs. social change03/01/2019
    25:14
  28. 36.
    EAG 2018 SF: Trusting experts02/28/2019
    58:00
  29. 37.
    EAG 2018 SF: Building support for ending wild-animal suffering02/27/2019
    59:49
  30. 38.
    EAG 2018 SF: Open Philanthropy Project biosecurity update02/26/2019
    25:24
  31. 39.
    EAG 2018 SF: The role of existing institutions in AI strategy02/25/2019
    56:07
  32. 40.
    EAG 2018 SF: The future of surveillance02/24/2019
    16:58
  33. 41.
    EAG 2018 SF: Ending factory farming02/23/2019
    20:12
  34. 42.
    EAG 2018 SF: Personhood initiatives02/22/2019
    27:15
  35. 43.
    EAG 2018 SF: From agitator to innovator02/21/2019
    26:41
  36. 44.
    EAG 2018 SF: Analyzing AI actors02/20/2019
    39:09
  37. 45.
    EAG 2018 SF: The AI governance landscape02/19/2019
    22:21
  38. 46.
    EAG 2018 SF: Reconciling international security02/18/2019
    30:43
  39. 47.
    EAG 2018 SF: GiveWell incubation grants02/17/2019
    27:01
  40. 48.
    EAG 2018 SF: The far future of intelligent life across the universe02/16/2019
    26:22
  41. 49.
    EAG 2018 SF: Pandemic pathogens02/15/2019
    29:39
  42. 50.
    EAG 2018 SF: Clean meat02/14/2019
    20:18
  43. 51.
    EAG 2018 SF: Jaan Tallinn fireside chat02/13/2019
    28:40
  44. 52.
    EAG 2018 SF: Value traps, and how to avoid them (Spencer Greenberg)02/12/2019
    28:12
  45. 53.
    EAG 2018 SF: Biosecurity as an EA cause area02/11/2019
    28:48
  46. 54.
    EAG 2018 SF: Beyond top charities (Neil Buddy Shah)02/10/2019
    28:22
  47. 55.
    EAG 2018 SF: Fireside chat with Nick Beckstead02/09/2019
    29:33
  48. 56.
    EAG 2018 SF: Psychology of effective altruism (Stefan Schubert)02/09/2019
    19:19
  49. 57.
    EAG 2018 SF: Understanding universal basic income (Sam Carter and Joe Huston)02/08/2019
    29:13
  50. 58.
    EAG 2018 SF: Fireside chat with Holden Karnofsky02/07/2019
    56:02
  51. 59.
    EAG 2018 SF: Assessing global catastrophic biological risks (Crystal Watson)02/06/2019
    21:55
  52. 60.
    EAG 2018 SF: Crucial considerations in wild-animal suffering (Persis Eskander)02/05/2019
    29:15
  53. 61.
    EAG 2018 SF: How can effective altruism stay curious? (Will MacAskill)02/05/2019
    18:01
  54. 62.
    Update on the Open Philanthropy Project (Holden Karnofsky)12/23/2018
    56:03
  55. 63.
    GiveWell’s 2018 top charities (Catherine Hollander and Elie Hassenfeld)12/23/2018
    52:36
  56. 64.
    EAG 2017 London: Closing talk (William MacAskill)04/23/2018
    29:06
  57. 65.
    EAG 2017 London: Invest in evil to do more good? (Hauke Hillebrandt)04/23/2018
    7:40
  58. 66.
    EAG 2017 London: What are the best ways to improve world happiness? (Michael Plant)04/23/2018
    27:15
  59. 67.
    EAG 2017 London: Universalised critiques of EA (Emilia Wilson)04/23/2018
    4:56
  60. 68.
    EAG 2017 London: The technological landscape of affective artificial general intelligence (Daniel Eth)04/23/2018
    5:08
  61. 69.
    EAG 2017 London: The Open Philanthropy Project’s work on AI risk (Helen Toner)04/23/2018
    23:21
  62. 70.
    EAG 2017 London: Biotechnology and existential risk (Andrew Snyder-Beattie)04/23/2018
    29:09
  63. 71.
    EAG 2017 London: Shaping the far future (Joseph Carlsmith)04/23/2018
    5:38
  64. 72.
    EAG 2017 London: Reducing wild-animal suffering through research (Persis Eskander)04/23/2018
    30:45
  65. 73.
    EAG 2017 London: Prioritisation and economics (Max Dalton)04/23/2018
    27:07
  66. 74.
    EAG 2017 London: Preventing deaths from pesticide self-poisoning (Leah Utyasheva)04/23/2018
    29:45
  67. 75.
    EAG 2017 London: Clean Meat—Holy Grail or Pipe Dream? (Natalie Cargill, Seren Kell, and Alex Foster)04/23/2018
    36:12
  68. 76.
    EAG 2017 London: Pathways into animal-advocacy research (James Spurgeon)04/23/2018
    24:57
  69. 77.
    EAG 2017 London: What we know and don’t know about universal basic income (Alison Fahey)04/23/2018
    35:43
  70. 78.
    EAG 2017 London: Orienting towards the long-term future (Joseph Carlsmith)04/23/2018
    25:26
  71. 79.
    EAG 2017 London: Near-term AI security risks, and what to do about them (Shahar Avin)04/23/2018
    40:20
  72. 80.
    EAG 2017 London: Multiverse-wide cooperation (Caspar Oesterheld)04/23/2018
    34:22
  73. 81.
    EAG 2017 London: Mechanisms for donor coordination (Dominik Peters)04/23/2018
    7:00
  74. 82.
    EAG 2017 London: Improving institutional decision-making (Jess Whittlestone)04/23/2018
    28:46
  75. 83.
    EAG 2017 London: Importance of operations roles in EA/X-risk community (Tanya Singh)04/23/2018
    30:04
  76. 84.
    EAG 2017 London: Implementing cause prioritization at OpenPhil (Ajeya Cotra)04/23/2018
    30:43
  77. 85.
    EAG 2017 London: Humanity’s impact on wild-animal suffering (Persis Eskander)04/23/2018
    6:30
  78. 86.
    EAG 2017 London: Governance of artificial intelligence (Allan Dafoe)04/23/2018
    32:34
  79. 87.
    EAG 2017 London: Ethical obligations lightning talk (Jonathan Courtney)04/23/2018
    5:11
  80. 88.
    EAG 2017 London: Fireside Chat (Shamil Chandaria and William MacAskill)04/23/2018
    26:40
  81. 89.
    EAG 2017 London: GiveWell incubation grants (James Snowden)04/23/2018
    25:31
  82. 90.
    EAG 2017 London: Opening talk (Will MacAskill)04/23/2018
    26:05
  83. 91.
    EAG 2017 SF: Closing talk (Will MacAskill)11/03/2017
    16:17
  84. 92.
    EAG 2017 SF: Musings on advanced artificial intelligence (panel)11/03/2017
    50:04
  85. 93.
    EAG 2017 SF: EA Funds panel11/03/2017
    51:01
  86. 94.
    EAG 2017 SF: Policy entrepreneurship for EAs (Tom Kalil with Anjali Gopal)11/03/2017
    29:09
  87. 95.
    EAG 2017 SF: Opening talk (Will MacAskill)11/03/2017
    38:34
  88. 96.
    EAG 2017 SF: EAs in entrepreneurship (panel)11/03/2017
    34:44
  89. 97.
    EAG 2017 SF: EA community building (Nick Beckstead)11/03/2017
    37:09
  90. 98.
    EAG 2017 SF: Diversity in EA, and lightning talks11/03/2017
    52:42
  91. 99.
    EAG 2017 SF: Working in AI (multiple speakers)11/03/2017
    49:33
  92. 100.
    EAG 2017 SF: AI safety (Katja Grace)11/03/2017
    17:08
  93. 101.
    EAG 2017 SF: Why effective altruists should care about global governance (Kristian Rönn)11/03/2017
    22:31
  94. 102.
    EAG 2017 SF: Fireside chat (Holden Karnofsky with William MacAskill)11/03/2017
    1:02:33
  95. 103.
    EAG 2017 SF: Global Farm Animal Welfare Opportunities (Lewis Bollard)11/03/2017
    29:51
  96. 104.
    EAG 2017 SF: What does (and doesn’t) AI mean for effective altruism? (Owen Cotton-Barratt)11/03/2017
    26:30
  97. 105.
    EAG 2017 SF: Virtual reality for promoting empathy (Jose Valle)11/03/2017
    12:14
  98. 106.
    EAG 2017 SF: Logistics at scale (panel)11/03/2017
    39:58
  99. 107.
    EAG 2017 SF: The Open Philanthropy Project’s work on potential risks from advanced AI (Daniel Dewey)11/03/2017
    33:18
  100. 108.
    EAG 2017 SF: GiveWell top charities and incubation grants (panel)11/03/2017
    50:56
  101. 109.
    EAG 2017 SF: Getting things done (panel)11/03/2017
    48:58
  102. 110.
    EAG 2017 SF: Lunar colony (Will Marshall)11/03/2017
    30:54
  103. 111.
    EAG 2017 SF: Marketing effective altruism (panel)11/03/2017
    48:06
  104. 112.
    EAG 2017 SF: Celebrating failed projects (panel)11/03/2017
    52:13
  105. 113.
    EAG 2017 SF: Center for Effective Global Action (Ofir Reich)11/03/2017
    19:29
  106. 114.
    EAG 2017 SF: Fireside chat (Bruce Friedrich and Paul Shapiro)11/03/2017
    35:29
  107. 115.
    EAG 2017 SF: Moral trade and effective altruism (Ruairí Donnelly)11/03/2017
    13:17
  108. 116.
    EAG 2017 SF: Embedding EA thinking in government decisions beyond the OECD (Claire Walsh)11/03/2017
    23:59
  109. 117.
    EAG 2017 SF: Social science as lens on effective charity (Spencer Greenberg)11/03/2017
    25:12
  110. 118.
    EAG 2017 Boston: The AI revolution and international politics (Allan Dafoe)11/02/2017
    34:49
  111. 119.
    EAG 2017 Boston: Open until dangerous—Gene drive and the case for reforming research (Kevin Esvelt)11/02/2017
    48:18
  112. 120.
    EAG 2017 Boston: CRISPR (George Church)11/02/2017
    30:52
  113. 121.
    EAG 2017 Boston: Opening talk (Will MacAskill)11/02/2017
    39:46
  114. 122.
    EAG 2017 Boston: Convinced, not convincing (Duncan Sabien)11/02/2017
    28:30
  115. 123.
    EAG 2017 Boston: Effective altruism, existential risk, and existential hope (Max Tegmark)11/02/2017
    35:10
  116. 124.
    EAG 2017 Boston: Effective Altruism in Government (Jason Matheny)11/02/2017
    21:17
  117. 125.
    EAG 2017 Boston: Preventing catastrophic risks by mitigating subcatastrophic ones (Marc Lipsitch)11/02/2017
    28:24
  118. 126.
    EAG 2017 Boston: Closing remarks (Will MacAskill)11/02/2017
    24:30
  119. 127.
    EAG 2017 Boston: S-risks—Why they are the worst existential risks, and how to prevent them (Max Daniel)11/02/2017
    49:25
  120. 128.
    EAG 2017 Boston: Moral cooperation (Stefan Schubert)11/02/2017
    35:40
  121. 129.
    EAG 2017 Boston: Expanding the moral circle (Kelly Witwicki)11/02/2017
    23:42
  122. 130.
    EAG 2017 Boston: Changing corporate and public policy—Lessons from farm-animal advocacy (Lewis Bollard)10/31/2017
    34:26
  123. 131.
    EAG 2017 Boston: AI Assisted Data Analysis for Humanitarian Causes (Vikash Mansinghka)10/31/2017
    44:47
  124. 132.
    EAG 2017 Boston: Can food technology and markets get us to animal liberation more quickly than educational campaigns? (Bruce Friedrich)10/31/2017
    42:30
  125. 133.
    EAG 2017 Boston: The future of blockchain technology: Beyond digital currency to global coordination (Neha Narula)10/31/2017
    34:48
  126. 134.
    EAG 2017 Boston: GiveWell research update (Chelsea Tabart)10/31/2017
    34:06
  127. 135.
    EAG 2017 Boston: The moral value of information (Amanda Askell)10/31/2017
    28:46
  128. 136.
    EAG 2017 Boston: Using Evidence to Inform Policy (Heidi McAnnally-Linz)10/31/2017
    38:47
  129. 137.
    EAG 2017 Boston: Giving What We Can Update (Julia Wise)10/31/2017
    28:17
  130. 138.
    EAG 2017 Boston: Are we facing a reproducibility crisis, and what can we do about it? (James Turitto)10/31/2017
    39:03
  131. 139.
    EAG 2017 Boston: Is universal basic income a viable way to support humans in the face of technological change? (Alison Fahey)10/31/2017
    29:15
  132. 140.
    EAG 2017 Boston: Impact v. Principle at the American Civil Liberties Union (Brigid Slipka)10/31/2017
    27:47
  133. 141.
    EAG 2017 Boston: How can we best work together as a community (Ben Todd)10/31/2017
    25:54
  134. 142.
    EAG 2017 Boston: What sets the exponent of neuroscience progress (Adam Marblestone)10/31/2017
    31:33
  135. 143.
    EAG 2017 Boston: Harnessing the power of academia (Michelle Hutchinson)10/31/2017
    25:43
  136. 144.
    EAG 2017 SF: Opening talk (Will MacAskill)10/31/2017
    39:46
  137. 145.
    Rationally Speaking: Thinking About Humanity’s Far Future (Owen Cotton-Barratt)01/07/2017
    49:35
  138. 146.
    EAGx Australia: What matters most? (Eva Vivalt)12/31/2016
    9:18
  139. 147.
    EA Global: Closing Session (Will MacAskill)10/18/2016
    40:51
  140. 148.
    EA Global: Forecasting and Predictions (Owen Cotton-Barratt, Robin Hanson, Jason Matheny, and Julia Galef)10/17/2016
    57:34
  141. 149.
    EA Global: Engineering Revolutions (Ed Boyden)10/16/2016
    32:38
  142. 150.
    EA Global: Flow-Through Effects (Rob Wiblin)10/15/2016
    27:22
  143. 151.
    EA Global: Should EAs Do Policy? (Seb Farquhar)10/14/2016
    34:11
  144. 152.
    EA Global: From Behavioral Economics to Public Policy (Cass Sunstein)10/13/2016
    1:04:01
  145. 153.
    EA Global: The Replication Crisis (Julia Galef, Stuart Buck, Brian Nosek, Ivan Oransky, and Stephanie Wykstra)10/12/2016
    1:01:03
  146. 154.
    EA Global: Doing Philanthropy Better (Cari Tuna and William MacAskill)10/11/2016
    36:39
  147. 155.
    EA Global: Q&A with Philip Tetlock10/10/2016
    22:28
  148. 156.
    EA Global: The End of Poverty (Rajesh Mirchandani, Jeff Brown, Anne Healy, Svetha Janumpalli, Timothy Telleen-Lawton, and Peter Singer)10/09/2016
    1:05:01
  149. 157.
    EA Global: Philanthropy and Technology (Jann Tallinn, Howie Lempel, Luke Nosek, Katrin Verclas, Garreth Spillane, and Erik Torenberg)10/09/2016
    1:13:53
  150. 158.
    EA Global: Creating Effective Policies (Genya Dana, Tom Kalil, Rajesh Mirchandani, and Seb Farquhar)10/08/2016
    55:42
  151. 159.
    EA Global: Data-Driven Movement Building (Sam Deere, Tara Mac Aulay, Alexandre Sevigny, Ken Strasma, Brett Thalmann, and Chris Wylie)10/06/2016
    55:19
  152. 160.
    EA Global: Opportunities in Science and Technology Policy (Tom Kalil and Roxanne Heston)10/05/2016
    27:16
  153. 161.
    EA Global: Rethinking Meat, and the End of Factory Farming (Claire Zabel, Lewis Bollard, Isha Datar, Bruce Friedrich, Tobias Leenaert, and Allison Smith)10/02/2016
    59:10
  154. 162.
    EA Global: Avian Cognition and Animal Welfare (Irene Pepperberg)10/01/2016
    29:44
  155. 163.
    EA Global: Engaging Developing-Country Governments (Vivian Bronsoler, Rachel Glennerster, and Gautam Patel)09/30/2016
    57:25
  156. 164.
    EA Global: Basic Income—The GiveDirectly Experiment (Ian Bassin and Sam Deere)09/29/2016
    27:19
  157. 165.
    EA Global: Beyond Malaria (Kevin Esvelt and Genya Dana)09/28/2016
    34:35
  158. 166.
    EA Global: Government-Driven Science and Technology (Jason Matheny)09/27/2016
    28:02
  159. 167.
    EA Global: How much evidence is enough? (Michael Kremer)09/26/2016
    32:56
  160. 168.
    EA Global: Aggregating Knowledge (Tara Mac Aulay, Julia Galef, Amanda Askell, Sarah Constantin, and Heidi McAnnally-Linz)09/25/2016
    54:05
  161. 169.
    EA Global: Opening Keynote (Toby Ord and Will MacAskill)09/23/2016
    55:44
  162. 170.
    EA Global Melbourne: Philosophy and Effective Altruism Panel (Hilary Greaves, Peter Singer, Justin Oakley, and David Pearce)09/22/2016
    33:46
  163. 171.
    EA Global Melbourne: The Most Good You Should Do (Peter Singer)09/21/2016
    38:18
  164. 172.
    EA Global Melbourne: Non-Human Animal Ethics (Peter Singer)09/20/2016
    20:51
  165. 173.
    EA Global Melbourne: Why & How We Should Prioritise (Niel Bowerman)09/19/2016
    29:33
  166. 174.
    EA Global Melbourne: Virtue Ethics & Effective Altruism (Justin Oakley)09/17/2016
    19:50
  167. 175.
    EA Global Melbourne: Astronomical Stakes (Neil Bowerman)09/16/2016
    34:12
  168. 176.
    EA Global Melbourne: Giving What We Can to Eradicate Global Poverty (Sam Deere)09/15/2016
    25:12
  169. 177.
    Giving What We Can: Giving and Happiness (Andreas Mogensen)09/14/2016
    28:47
  170. 178.
    Giving What We Can: The Ethics of Giving (Theron Pummer)09/13/2016
    53:10
  171. 179.
    Predicting AI—Or Failing To: (Stuart Armstrong)09/13/2016
    31:24
  172. 180.
    Applications of Population Principles (David Donaldson)09/13/2016
    25:07
  173. 181.
    Anticipating 2025 (David Wood)09/13/2016
    1:36:59
  174. 182.
    EA Global Melbourne: The Future of Effective Altruism (Kerry Vaughan)09/13/2016
    16:12
  175. 183.
    EAGx Australia: What matters most? (Panel discussion)01/04/2016
    44:25
  176. 184.
    EAGx Australia: What matters most? (Kirsten Armstrong)01/03/2016
    12:09
  177. 185.
    EAGx Australia: What matters most? (Rob Wiblin)01/02/2016
    23:18
  178. 186.
    EAGx Australia: What matters most? (Peter Singer)01/01/2016
    14:08
  179. 187.
    80,000 Hours: Who should found a start-up? (Matt Clifford)12/28/2015
    43:57
  180. 188.
    80,000 Hours: Tech Entrepreneurship (Ben West)12/27/2015
    47:35
  181. 189.
    Harvard EA: Superintelligence (Nick Bostrom)12/14/2015
    55:09
  182. 190.
    Harvard EA: Emotion, Reason, and Altruism (Josh Greene)12/12/2015
    55:20
  183. 191.
    Harvard EA: The Future of Life with AI (Max Tegmark)12/10/2015
    1:20:01
  184. 192.
    Harvard EA: On Givewell’s Development (Elie Hassenfeld)12/08/2015
    1:11:02
  185. 193.
    Harvard EA: States and Rights (Daron Acemoglu)12/06/2015
    1:11:43
  186. 194.
    EA Global Melbourne: Effective Policy Change (Sam Deere)11/08/2015
    12:12
  187. 195.
    EA Global Melbourne: Why and How We Should Prioritize11/07/2015
    29:33
  188. 196.
    EA Global Melbourne: Christianity and Effective Altruism (Leon Di Stefano)11/05/2015
    12:14
  189. 197.
    EA Global Melbourne: Effective Career Choice (Jess Whittlestone)11/03/2015
    28:55
  190. 198.
    EA Global Melbourne: Repugnant Interventions (Hilary Graves)11/02/2015
    22:27
  191. 199.
    EA Global Melbourne: Let’s Deworm the World (Grace Hollister)11/01/2015
    30:01
  192. 200.
    EA Global Melbourne: Abolitionist Bioethics (David Pearce)10/30/2015
    18:42

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