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What is the Seattle AI Society 2024 AGI Transitions Program?

This a 12-week journey where participants collaborate with expert advisors to explore themes related to transitioning to coexistence with AGI. Participants will form groups, and each group will complete a final project. Think: extended social hackathon meets Y combinator.

When does the program start and end?

The program begins on Wednesday, September 4, 2024, and ends with a Final Showcase on Wednesday, November 20, 2024.

What are the key themes that groups can explore?

The AGI Transitions Program supports the creation of projects that ease the AI transition. These projects should focus on one of three defined themes: Technological Transitions, Personal Transitions, and Societal Transitions. These themes focus on making sure we're moving forward in a way that's good for us, our planet, and our communities.

How many participants will be accepted into the program?

We will accept only a few groups of deeply passionate and engaged individuals. We do not have a set number but expect there to be around 6-10 groups comprised of 3-6 individuals each. We are keeping the program small to ensure every group has the opportunity to work with top tier advisors and present their project to key community stakeholders.

We are actively recruiting team leads who will form their own groups, so if you're interested, please reach out to us at

What is the final project?

The final project is a group effort focused on delivering community impact by generating new insights and resources that ultimately elevate public dialogue on AGI. Think: something tangible that can be used by community leaders across academia, industry, or government.

We will provide a framework with suggested activities and milestones, but ultimately it is up to the group to choose their theme and define the specific nature of the project. All groups will be required to present their project during a Finale Showcase to an audience of highly influential local Seattle leaders.  

Examples of final projects could be a regulation framework, progress tracker, enumeration of threats, proposed north stars, or custom GPT for stakeholders to use.

What is the time commitment?

The program lasts 12 weeks. We are looking for individuals who can dedicate 10-25 hours per week to make progress towards their final project.

Do I need to live in Seattle?

We strongly recommend (and will prioritize) groups that live locally. The team lead must live locally. Ultimately, everyone in the group must attend the Final Showcase event in-person, which will occur in the Greater Seattle Area.

What is the Final Showcase?

The Final Showcase is an exclusive event at the conclusion of the program. Here, you and your group will present your project to a room of highly influential local Seattle leaders across academia, industry, and government. You will also be paired with key stakeholders relevant to your project for 1:1 time to discuss implementation and further funding of your work.

What support and resources will I have during the program?

Throughout the program, we will provide teams with a high-level framework to guide their inquiry with suggested activities and milestones.

You will be assigned a SAIS representative who will guide you through the process, connect you with expert advisors, and champion your work with community stakeholders.

The SAIS will also host weekly in-person working sessions for teams to get together collaborate, get input from their advisors, and have fun together.

How can I help if I don't want to participate directly?

We are also looking for volunteer staff, expert advisors, and sponsors!

As a volunteer staff, you will have the opportunity to work closely with the SAIS executives to ensure the operational execution of weekly meetups and the Final Showcase event. We estimate this would be 3 hours of your time per week during the duration of the program.

As an expert advisor, you will have the opportunity to mentor and support the individual groups throughout their journey. You'll be assigned a group and meet with them regularly to offer your insights and connections to ensure their success. We estimate this would be 2 hours of your time per week during the duration of the program.

As a sponsor, you can provide monetary or other donations (e.g., food, venue, equipment) to support the program.

If you're interested in any of these roles, please complete this form or email us directly at