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The '''Foundational Research Institute''' ('''FRI''') is a research group affiliated with the Swiss/German [https://ea-foundation.org/ Effective Altruism Foundation]. It investigates cooperative strategies to reduce [[suffering risk|risks of astronomical suffering]] in humanity's future (s-risks). This includes not only (post-)human suffering, but also the suffering of non-human animals and potential digital sentience. Their research is interdisciplinary, drawing on insights from [[Artificial general intelligence|artificial intelligence]], [[anthropic reasoning]], international relations, sociology, philosophy, and other fields.
 
The '''Foundational Research Institute''' ('''FRI''') is a research group affiliated with the Swiss/German [https://ea-foundation.org/ Effective Altruism Foundation]. It investigates cooperative strategies to reduce [[suffering risk|risks of astronomical suffering]] in humanity's future (s-risks). This includes not only (post-)human suffering, but also the suffering of non-human animals and potential digital sentience. Their research is interdisciplinary, drawing on insights from [[Artificial general intelligence|artificial intelligence]], [[anthropic reasoning]], international relations, sociology, philosophy, and other fields.
  

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The Foundational Research Institute (FRI) is a research group affiliated with the Swiss/German Effective Altruism Foundation. It investigates cooperative strategies to reduce risks of astronomical suffering in humanity's future (s-risks). This includes not only (post-)human suffering, but also the suffering of non-human animals and potential digital sentience. Their research is interdisciplinary, drawing on insights from artificial intelligence, anthropic reasoning, international relations, sociology, philosophy, and other fields.

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