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Artificial Intelligence and the Developing World

Ben Goertzel founder of Aidyia Holdings writes:...One question that is not asked often enough is: What are the implications of AI, robotics and other advanced technologies for the developing world? Will they serve more strongly to exacerbate global wealth and income inequality, or to remedy it? How might these technologies help the world’s neediest? And what unique contributions might th
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