Research

Below, you will gain access to Existential Risk Observatory’s research.
Trends in Public Attitude Towards Existential Risk and Artificial Intelligence - Ayushmaan Sharma - 3 April 2024
Mainland China AI perception check - Nik Samoylov - 11 November 2023
Taiwan AI perception check - Nik Samoylov - 29 October 2023
USA AI x-risk perception tracker - Nik Samoylov - 1 July 2023
Dissecting support for a logical case on lack of safety - Nik Samoylov - 3 June 2023
Alternative phrasing of "God-like AI" - Nik Samoylov - 25 May 2023
Variation of opinions regarding AI development - Nik Samoylov - 16 May 2023
Test of narratives for AGI moratorium support - Nik Samoylov - 15 May 2023
Test of phrases that describe AI. Volume 1 - Nik Samoylov - 15 May 2023
AI doom prevention message testing in USA. Volume 1 - Nik Samoylov - 11 May 2023
Belief hierarchies that support the moratorium - Nik Samoylov - 11 May 2023
Public opinion in Australia - Nik Samoylov - 18 April 2023
Public opinion in USA - Nik Samoylov - 18 April 2023
The Effectiveness of AI Existential Risk Communication to the American and Dutch Public - Alexia de Roode Torres Georgiadis - 3 March 2023
Current and Near-Term AI as a Potential Existential Risk Factor - Benjamin S. Bucknall, Shiri Dori-Hacohen - July 2022
Communication of Existential Risks to Dutch General Public - Holly Warner - December 2021