Carla Zoe Cremer
Carla Zoe is a Research Scholar at FHI and a Research Affiliate at the Centre for the Study of Existential Risk (University of Cambridge). She works on the limitations of deep learning, on methodologies for AI research agendas and on estimating the risks of technologies.
She previously worked on foundational research in biochemical neurobiology at LMU Munich and computational ethology at the Institute of Neuroinformatics at ETH Zurich. In her undergraduate, she focussed on experimental psychology, life science and neuroscience. She has presented philosophical research on AI control at the workshop Decision Theory & the Future of AI in Munich, attended the International Rationality Summer School and started an AI Alignment reading group in Zurich.
She has received a research grant by the Berkeley Existential Risk Initiative, a Max Weber Stipend for academic excellence and an LMU research award and studied on Semster at Sea with a scholarship.