Contract work related to topic AI safety/Global catastophic risks for Vipul Naik

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Task payments due for tasks related to topic AI safety/Global catastophic risks by type and year

Task typeTotal in year 2019Total in year 2018Total in year 2017Total in year 2016Total in year 2015Total across years
Preliminary research 593.85 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 593.85
Total 593.85 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 593.85

Topic impact: Wikipedia

Item Value
Total pageviews of Wikipedia pages created as contract work 0.00
Total pageviews of Wikipedia pages created or edited (not necessarily significantly) as contract work 0.00
Cost per thousand views of pages created (including only explicit costs for page creation) 0.00
Cost per thousand views of pages created (including all task pay) 0.00
Cost per thousand views of pages created or edited (including only explicit costs for page creation and editing) 0.00
Cost per thousand views of pages created or edited (including pay for everything) 0.00

Task payments due for tasks related to topic AI safety/Global catastophic risks by type and month

MonthPreliminary researchTotal across task types
2019-0895.1095.10
2019-07498.75498.75
Total across months593.85593.85

Full list of tasks in reverse chronological order (2 tasks)

WorkerTask venueTask typeTask receptacleCompletion datePayerPaymentTopicFormatNotes
Issa RiceNonePreliminary researchRecruiting assistance for Future of Humanity Institute2019-08-07Berkeley Existential Risk Initiative95.10AI safety/Global catastophic risksNotesThe part in August 2019 of work done helping Future of Humanity Institute (FHI) with recruitment. Payment is from the Berkeley Existential Risk Initiative (BERI) via the BERI/FHI collaboration. Work done from 2019-08-01 to 2019-08-07
Issa RiceNonePreliminary researchRecruiting assistance for Future of Humanity Institute2019-07-31Berkeley Existential Risk Initiative498.75AI safety/Global catastophic risksNotesThe part in July 2019 of work done helping Future of Humanity Institute (FHI) with recruitment. Payment is from the Berkeley Existential Risk Initiative (BERI) via the BERI/FHI collaboration. Work done from 2019-07-10 to 2019-07-31