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I'm always glad to be contacted by interesting people. If you hang around LW, that probably means you. So, feel free to send me a private message.  
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I live in Israel. Married with children.
  
I have experience in some areas and might be able to help.
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From 2011-13, I was a Research Associate at MIRI, helping them achieve a "miracle year" in which we published more peer-reviewed articles than in all previous years combined. I also published the first-ever article on FAI in a pop science  magazine, built connections with academia and tech leaders, and gave lectures, including one of the first on the topic in a university course.
* Software career, with sub-areas including coding, architecture, technical evangelism, etc.
 
* Getting a PhD in the humanities.
 
* Unschooling
 
* Outreach on FAI (articles, lectures, meeting with relevant people, etc.)
 
* Israel
 
  
I'm not looking for a job or hiring right now.
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More at [http://joshuafox.com joshuafox.com].
 
 
I'm interested in boosting person-to-person networking through LW, whether for business or personal purposes.
 
 
 
(See this post [http://lesswrong.com/lw/jzp/business_networking_through_lesswrong/].)
 
 
 
I'll appreciate  ideas on to make that happen. One thing you can do is to post to your user page, like this.
 
 
 
Instructions: Edit your Wiki user page, e.g., at  http://wiki.lesswrong.com/mediawiki/index.php?title=User:JoshuaFox&action=edit (replacing  JoshuaFox with your user name).
 
 
 
Then," at your lesswrong.com profile page (e.g. lesswrong.com/user/JoshuaFox ), click "Force reload from Wiki,
 
 
 
For more info on me, see [http://joshuafox.com joshuafox.com]
 

Latest revision as of 00:37, 8 August 2015

I live in Israel. Married with children.

From 2011-13, I was a Research Associate at MIRI, helping them achieve a "miracle year" in which we published more peer-reviewed articles than in all previous years combined. I also published the first-ever article on FAI in a pop science magazine, built connections with academia and tech leaders, and gave lectures, including one of the first on the topic in a university course.

More at joshuafox.com.