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What Would More Democratic A.I. Look Like?

A new movement is pushing for A.I.’s future to be in the hands of the people

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Something curious is happening in Finland. Though much of the global debate around artificial intelligence (A.I.) has become concerned with unaccountable, proprietary systems that could control our lives, the Finnish government has instead decided to embrace the…

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Andrew Burgess

Andrew Burgess

Strategic adviser on AI (@A_J_Burgess). Author of The Executive Guide to Artificial Intelligence. Runner and DJ (@SheenResistance).

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