Nithya Sambasivan, Jess Holbrook
Recent advances in computing power, increases in the quantity and quality of data, and algorithmic breakthroughs have led to a rise in machine intelligence, creating opportunities that simply did not exist a few decades ago. From stock trading to detecting disease-vector progression to personalized music recommendations, AI is starting to be integrated into diverse domains of human life. And as countries like India, Brazil, and Nigeria experience massive growth online, AI technologies are increasingly intersecting with new user groups, applications, datasets, and regulations. Insights Much of Al's path has been shaped by its originating contexts in Western nations.…
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