Matt founded Adapt Research in 2015 and leads each project. He collaborates with research assistants and subject matter experts according to the questions being answered.
Currently, Matt publishes work on analysing and mitigating global catastrophic and existential risks, as well as on technology, and public health.
He wrote a doctoral thesis on the philosophy of human cognitive evolution.
Matt has conducted research in the following fields: global catastrophic and existential risk, public health, health technology assessment, health economics, teamwork, health quality & patient safety, human factors, artificial intelligence & society, ethics, education, and the philosophy of biology and evolution.
See Matt talk about his PhD by explaining how As we build our world we build our minds.