Robin Hanson

Robin Hanson is a professor of economics at George Mason University. In 1998 Robin received his Ph.D. in social science from the California Institute of Technology, and then served as a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation health policy scholar at the University of California at Berkeley. Earlier he received a master’s in physics and a master’s in the philosophy of science from the University of Chicago, and spent nine years researching artificial intelligence, Bayesian statistics and hypertext publishing at Lockheed, NASA and independently. Robin’s work has appeared in several publications, including CATO Journal, International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Journal of Evolution and Technology, Social Philosophy and Policy, and Theory and Decision.

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