“The Rise and Implications of AGI” online survey – New deadline Sept. 22, 2022
- Posted by Mara Di Berardo
- On 30 January 2022
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- AGI, artificial intelligence, survey
Update Sept. 14, 2022 – The survey has been just reopened to capture any changes in people’s thinking as so much has happened in the field in just the last few months! Please go to https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/FFAGI and give your feedback within September 22nd, 2022.
Following the considerations of the Millennium Project about the need to govern the transition from Artificial Narrow to Artificial General Intelligence and the discussion carried out during the recent Millennium Project Planning Committee meeting, Fast Future, London Futurists, and the UK node of the Millennium Project have launched an online survey about “The Rise and Implications of AGI“.
The survey seeks to collect feedback on the rise and implications of Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) from the broadest possible global community of artificial intelligence (AI) specialists, business leaders, policy makers, advisers and analysts, educators, technologists, economists, futurists, and social activists.
The survey is part of a longer process in which the results from one phase of inquiry will be fed back to the community to stimulate further dialogue in subsequent phases. Each headline question in the survey offers multiple choice options as possible answers, and is followed by a text box where respondents can comment on the question and their answers.
Depending on how long you think about some of the questions, the survey should take between 10 and 30 minutes to complete. The deadline for contribution is February 21, 2022.
More information and the link to the survey are available at https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/MPAGI.