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AI in migration is fuelling global inequality: How can we bridge the gap?

AI in migration is mostly used in more wealthy countries. Image: REUTERS/Lam Yik

Marie McAuliffe

Head, Migration Research, International Organization for Migration (IOM)

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Digital Divides: Populations with access to the Internet by sex, 2020. Source data: ITU, 2021. AI in migration
Digital Divides: Populations with access to the Internet by sex, 2020. Source data: ITU, 2021. Image: International Organization for Migration
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