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AI is Improving Healthcare... But Will Benefits Be Widely Shared?

Last month Stanford launched a 100-year study of AI (#AI100) with a report: Artificial Intelligence and Life in 2030. The study identified eight domains where AI is already having or is projected to have the greatest impact. In this series, #AskAboutAI, we're working our way through these categories attempting to identify questions that teachers and parents should be discussing with young people.
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