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Superintelligence Imagined Creative Contest

    Superintelligence Imagined Creative Contest | Graphic Competitions
     Category:  Multiple Disciplines
     Deadline:  August 31, 2024 - 48 days left June 24, 2024
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    The "Superintelligence Imagined Creative Contest," organized by the Future of Life Institute, seeks to inspire creators to generate compelling educational materials that highlight the risks associated with the development of superintelligent AI. By inviting diverse submissions, the contest aims to foster a deeper public understanding of the potential dangers of superintelligence. Participants are encouraged to use any medium—be it visual art, written content, multimedia, or interactive experiences—to craft narratives that effectively communicate these risks to a broad audience.

    This initiative is designed to engage a wide range of individuals and teams, from artists and writers to filmmakers and technologists, in a collaborative effort to raise awareness about AI safety. The contest encourages bold and innovative approaches, urging participants to delve into the complexities and ethical considerations of superintelligent AI. Through this creative exploration, the Future of Life Institute hopes to stimulate critical thinking and dialogue about the future implications of artificial intelligence on society.

    In addition to fostering creativity, the contest offers substantial incentives, including five $10,000 prizes for the most impactful submissions. The winning entries, along with honorable mentions, will be showcased on the Future of Life Institute’s platforms, ensuring that these important messages reach a wide audience. This contest not only provides a platform for creative expression but also plays a crucial role in the global conversation about the responsible development and deployment of AI technologies.

    There is no entry fee.


    Open to anyone worldwide.


    The contest offers five prizes of $10,000 each to the top submissions as judged by a panel. Additionally, honorable mentions may be published on the contest website. The submissions will be evaluated based on how effectively they convey the risks of superintelligence, aiming to promote a better understanding of this critical issue among the general public.

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