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Why we must consider the intergenerational impacts of AI

Regulation is needed to ensure AI does not perpetuate historical inequities, harming not only this generation but those in the future. Image: Unsplash / @surface

Sara Stratton

Founder, Māori Lab

Beatrice Dias

Assistant Professor, University of Pittsburgh

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