Jaime Sevilla is a Mathematics and Computer Engineering undergrad student in the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain.
He is headed towards becoming a researcher in Safe Artificial Intelligence. He is a Summer Fellow of the Machine Intelligence Research Intitute and an alumni of the Center For Applied Rationality. He has spoken in conferences about Artificial Intelligence, Rationality and Effective Altruism, as well as organized several workshops and activities related to those fields.
He has also lead a couple of entrepreneurship-related project as a startup leader and has won several math contests and programming hackathons.
His research interests lie in logic, computability, complexity, probability, machine learning and the theoretical foundations of safe artificial intelligence, among other things.
Alumnus of Wolfram Summer School 2016.