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Effective Altruism Global x Oxford is a global summit to find and face the world's most pressing problems. Driven by compassion, guided by evidence. November 18-20 we are bringing together everyone from students and entrepreneurs to researchers, policymakers, and leaders in philanthropy and technology, at the Examination Schools, 75 - 81 High Street, Oxford OX1 4BG.
A More Impactful Career
Join expert-lead workshops with personal career advice on how to achieve greater things.
Concrete Prioritization Tools
Get concrete, evidence-based tools to make better decisions about which problems to work on and how to go about them.
Meet ambitious and talented collaborators. Share your plans, join theirs or explore together.
Too many conferences promise some vague, abstract "global change". EAGxOxford is actually bringing together experts and years of evidence, to make useful the many non-obvious insights that enable you to have a successful career with a real impact.
Jacob Lagerros, Co-Director
EAG Oxford was one of the most incredible experiences of my life and radically changed the way that I see the world. I developed essential productivity and rationality skills, refined my career path and met some of my best friends.
Laura, EAG Oxford 2015
Making a huge impact on humanity's greatest challenges is very hard. This is part of what makes EA Global so great. I have various other contexts where people care about self-improvement, but it's with effective altruists where we really take a step back and think hard about what matters.
Malcolm, EAG San Francisco 2016
Applications for EAGxOxford 2016 have now closed. Thanks to everyone who took the time to send in an application.
Some highlights from our previous events: Cari Tuna on doing philanthropy better. Elon Musk and Nick Bostrom on the risks and benefits of AI. Jaan Tallinn on tech entrepreneurship for social impact. Cass Sunstein on using behavioural economics to improve public policy. Ed Boyden on ground-truthing biology and medicine to dramatically improve the rate at which cures and medicines are discovered. A panel on aggregating knowledge...
And, of course, our outstanding attendees.
For videos, go to https://www.eaglobal.org/talks/
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