Jason Hausenloy is a visiting fellow at the United Nations University Centre for Policy Research (UNU-CPR), writing a foundational report on international governance structures and AI. He is also working on the policy team of Conjecture, a UK-based AI Alignment Lab.

Jason is regularly based in Singapore. Previously, he researched the role of third-party countries such as Singapore or Switzerland in mitigating AI races with Professor Anthony Aguirre at the Future Of Life Institute. Most recently, he worked at the Infocomm Media Development Authority, Singapore's AI standard-setting body, where he helped map Singapore's AI Verify framework and NIST AI-RMF.

In his spare time, he jointly authors the Economics blog Model Thinking with Duncan McClements and runs Singapore’s National Economics Olympiad. He is an Atlas Fellow, was selected by Tyler Cowen as an Emergent Ventures winner, and co-authored a thematic study on the risks from emerging technology published by the UN.