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How AI can help combat slavery and free 40 million victims

Blessing Obuson from Nigeria, 19, rescued from human traffickers, poses for a portrait in a shelter on the outskirts of Moscow, Russia February 21, 2019. Image: REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov

William Dixon

Global Head, Research, ISTARI Network

David Balson

Director of Intelligence, Ripjar

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