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Stephen Downes

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This post comes from the larger publication, AI and Digital Inequalities (72 page PDF). Emma Ruttkamp-Bloem argues that such a policy should include "social values such as affirmation of the interconnectedness of all humans with each other, equity and human agency; human rights values such as privacy, transparency and accountability; and research values such as honesty and integrity." She also argues that "three of the biggest obstacles to attaining these goals include digital poverty concerns, the creation of monolithic societies and misinformation." This article is reflective of the publication as a whole (which is definitely worth a read): it is generally policy-based and founded in social justice themes. But the publication as a whole feels a bit lazy, in the sense that it essentially lists important global social justice issues and applies them to AI, with stipulations that AI should mitigate or in some way address these concerns.

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