Confidence-Building Measures for Artificial Intelligence: Workshop proceedings

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The following individuals made significant contributions to the paper:


Sarah Barrington (University of California, Berkeley)


Ruby Booth (Berkeley Risk and Security Lab)


Miles Brundage (OpenAI)


Husanjot Chahal (OpenAI)


Michael Depp (Center for a New American Security)


Bill Drexel (Center for a New American Security)


Ritwik Gupta (University of California, Berkeley)


Marina Favaro (Anthropic)


Jake Hecla (University of California, Berkeley)


Alan Hickey (OpenAI)


Margarita Konaev (Center for Security and Emerging Technology)


Kirthi Kumar (University of California, Berkeley)


Nathan Lambert (Hugging Face)


Andrew Lohn (Center for Security and Emerging Technology)


Cullen O’Keefe (OpenAI)


Nazneen Rajani (Hugging Face)


Michael Sellitto (Anthropic)


Robert Trager (Centre for the Governance of AI)


Leah Walker (University of California, Berkeley)


Alexa Wehsener (Institute for Security and Technology)


Jessica Young (Microsoft)

All authors provided substantial contributions to the paper including sharing ideas as workshop participants, writing the paper, and providing editorial feedback and direction. The first two authors are listed in order of their contribution, while the remaining authors are listed alphabetically. Some workshop participants have opted to remain anonymous. It should be noted that the claims made in this paper do not necessarily reflect the views of the authors’ respective organizations. For any inquiries regarding the paper, please contact Sarah Shoker at sshoker@openai.com and Andrew Reddie at areddie@berkeley.edu.

*Significant contribution, including writing, providing detailed input for the paper, research, workshop organization, and setting the direction of the paper.


**Significant contribution, including providing detailed input for the paper, research, workshop organization, and setting the direction of the paper.

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