A brief recap of this week’s Saturday Morning NeuroSim (FEB 13), presented by Orthogonal Research & Education Laboratory

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Some Guy Named Darwin

Progress report on our upcoming presentation — Towards a Sufficient Unified Ethical Frameworks for AI: Challenges & Opportunities

A quick update about our current state of the project: beginning to flesh out the 20 minute presentation, and potentially compiling our work into a manuscript

A brief recap of this week’s Saturday Morning Neurosim (FEB 6), presented by Orthogonal Research & Education Laboratory

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ACM & ACM-W: New York Celebration of Women in Computing — NYCWIC.org

Social causes and inclusivity are continuing to be normalized at major tech conferences, and NeurIPS was no exception this year.

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Resistance.AI Workshop Homepage

Join Orthogonal Research & Education’s Bradly Alicea for an exploration of the role of the observer when interpreting models.

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About The Philosopher’s Web Cafe


OREL’s Saturday Morning NeuroSim for December 5, 2020

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From Orthogonal Research and Education Laboratory: Saturday Morning NeuroSim


Saturday Morning NeuroSim for November 28, 2020

This week on OREL’s Saturday Morning NeuroSim

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Building capacity for others is our human superpower in this era of unprecedented pressure and distraction. Being mindful of various trajectories of influence and development, we’ll need our full potential to face the challenges of the 21st century.


A excerpted INF 467 course journal entry about the involvement and communication in a complex, full-stack science lab environment — and the community it provides.

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A Rookie’s Presentation

Communication and Trust in a Technical Environment


A story on human relationships, needs, choices, and authenticity

Jesse Parent

Assistant Scientist + Lab Manager @ Orthogonal Research & Education Lab. Cognition Futures team lead. www.jesparent.com

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