Narration: Improving the EA-aligned research pipeline: Sequence introduction

post by D0TheMath · 2021-07-27T00:56:24.921Z · EA · GW · 1 comments

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Original post by Michael Aird [? · GW]

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There are many people who have the skills and desire to do EA-aligned research, or who could develop such skills via some experience, mentorship, or similar. There are many potentially high-priority open research questions that have been identified. And there are many funders who would be happy to pay for high-quality research on such questions. Sounds like everything must be lining up perfectly, right? In my view, the answer is fairly clearly “No”, and getting closer to a “Yes” could be very valuable. The three ingredients mentioned above do regularly combine to give us new, high-quality research and researchers, but:

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comment by D0TheMath · 2021-07-27T00:57:42.605Z · EA(p) · GW(p)

I said I wasn't going to publish this as a frontpage post, but I misclicked a button during the posting process. Sorry. It'd be nice if an moderator could take it off the frontpage.