One of Open Philanthropy's focus areas for making grants is reducing the chances of a global catastrophic risk from advanced artificial intelligence.
In previous years, the total amounts granted were:
- 2020: $14,210,367
- 2019: $63,234,500 (including a $55,000,000 grant to found the Center for Security and Emerging Technology)
- 2018: $4,160,392
- 2017: $43,222,473 (including a $30,000,000 grant of general support to OpenAI)
- 2016: $7,749,985
- 2015: $1,186,000 (to the Future of Life Institute)
How much will Open Philanthropy grant in their focus area of Potential Risks from Advanced Artificial Intelligence in 2021?
This will resolve at the total amount listed on Open Philanthropy's Grants Database page under the focus area Potential Risks from Advanced Artificial Intelligence made in the year 2021, when the first grant from 2022 is listed.
- A grant is made in 2021 if the award date listed on its grant page is in 2021.