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LW - Helping your Senator Prepare for the Upcoming Sam Altman Hearing by Tiago de Vassal

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Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Helping your Senator Prepare for the Upcoming Sam Altman Hearing, published by Tiago de Vassal on May 14, 2023 on LessWrong.
Hello Everyone,
Next Tuesday, the US Senate will hold a hearing on AI (). OpenAI CEO Sam Altman will testify before Congress for the first time.
We believe this is a great opportunity to bring awareness to some of the risks posed by AI technologies, and build common knowledge among US policymakers on possible solutions.
If you live in the United States, you can play an important role as a constituent. Please reach out to your senator who will be present at this hearing, and voice your concerns about AI safety. To help them navigate the debate, we propose a list of questions, initially drafted by Siméon to share with the senators present at the hearing ().
We’ve made a webpage where you can find out if a senator from your state will be present at the hearing. This page also includes the list of questions you can send them, a structured script for both call and email, as well as the necessary contact information./#senate
AI Safety Tour is an initiative dedicated to mitigating AI existential risks through the active engagement of experts and related public figures in the public debate. You can learn more about us here: aisafetytour.com. If you click the join button, you’ll get to a form where you can reach out to us. You can also email us at hello@aisafetytour.com. And of course we’ll read every single comment on this page.
Tiago & Siméon
AI Safety Tour
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