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AI Impacts describes key points of the 2023 Expert Survey on Progress in AI
By Jack Kotin, Ben Armour  |  Jun 18, 2024
AI Impacts describes key points of the 2023 Expert Survey on Progress in AI
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Many people are now wondering what the future of AI might look like. To that end, entrepreneur Katja Grace co-founded her startup AI Impacts to investigate possible answers to this question. The Yuan and The London Futurists recently sat down with her to learn more.

LONDON - The guest in this episode grew up in a ghost town in Australia’s southern island state of Tasmania, and is now a researcher and blogger in Berkeley, California. After concluding her degree in Human Ecology and Science Communication, Katja Grace co-founded AI Impacts, a research organization seeking to answer questions about the future of artificial intelligence (AI).

Since 2016, Grace and her colleagues have published a series of surveys looking at what AI researchers think about progre

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