Rando et al. (2022)
This link is broken btw!
This seems very similar to recent work that has come out of the Stanford AI Lab recently, linked to here.
I went through the paper for a reading group the other day, and I think the video really helped me to understand what is going on in the paper. Parts I found most useful were indications which parts of the paper / maths were most important to be able to understand, and which were not (tensor products).
I had made some effort to read the paper before with little success, but now feel like I understand the overall results of the paper pretty well. I’m very positive about this video, and similar things like this being made in the future!
Personal context: I also found the intro to IB video series similarly useful. I’m an AI masters student who has some pre-existing knowledge about AI alignment. I have a maths background.