Wanted to post this as a follow-on to my mild rant about the preponderance of STEM-only roles in AI the other day. This comes from an AI research company in San Francisco called Generally Intelligent, on their careers page.
For our research positions, we welcome people from unconventional backgrounds (including but not limited to physics, neuroscience, psychology, policy, etc.) and value the importance of diversity of thought and background. We do not require any advanced degrees.
They currently have a listing for an AI Policy & Safety Researcher that sounds interesting, as far as these things go. Kudos to them for being open to a different approach than the overwhelming number of ads I see in this space.