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Good Health and/or Surveillance

Artificial intelligence, advances analytics in preventing pandemics and new mobile applications

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“Data on how we move and how many people we infect will be important to see how infection control measures work, and how many more close contacts we get […] As data is collected, you will receive a notification if you have been in close contact with an infected person and will be advised on how to deal with it.” Gun Peggy Knudsen, acting assistant director at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (press release)

As someone who has been considering matters related to AI for some stretch of time I can see that the data could be misused.

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AI Policy and Ethics at Student at University of Copenhagen MSc in Social Data Science. All views are my own.

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