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>"If you’ve been following the — very recent — news on Generative Artificial Intelligence, you might have noticed a pattern: most people publicly and loudly warning us about the potential perils of AI are (white) men. Why is this the case? Are men more knowledgeable or concerned about AI than women? Are women too busy or too optimistic to write about AI? Or is it simply because our tech overlords fear suffering at the hand of algorithms as women and minorities have for years?"
>"If you’ve been following the — very recent — news on Generative Artificial Intelligence, you might have noticed a pattern: most people publicly and loudly warning us about the potential perils of AI are (white) men. Why is this the case? Are men more knowledgeable or concerned about AI than women? Are women too busy or too optimistic to write about AI? Or is it simply because our tech overlords fear suffering at the hand of algorithms as women and minorities have for years?"
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