Rea­son­ing transparency

TagLast edit: 14 Jul 2022 15:42 UTC by Pablo

Reasoning transparency is a form of transparency that prioritizes the sharing of information about underlying general thinking processes and philosophy and the communication of this information in ways that make it easier for the recipient to determine what updates to make in response to it.

Further reading

Muehlhauser, Luke (2017) Reasoning transparency, Open Philanthropy, December.

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