Existential Hope: Catalyzing Cooperation Toward Flourishing Futures
Allison Duettmann presents a lecture on the value of Existential Hope in the world today, and how those who pursue a better future can work together to make it so. This is the third lecture in the Transceiver series by New School Policy and Design for Outer Space.
Allison is the President of the Foresight Institute, where she arranges public salons, technical competitions, and strategy meetings. She is excited about existential hope, AI coordination, health extension, and cryptocommerce, and has spoken on these topics for the Wall Street Journal, SXSW, The O’Reilly AI Conference, The World Economic Forum, The Partnership on AI, Effective Altruism Global and others. She is the co-editor of Artificial Superintelligence: Coordination & Strategy with Roman Yampolskiy of the University of Louisville, and has an MS in Philosophy & Public Policy from the London School of Economics.