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The idea that AI could revolutionize human well-being is obviously appealing, but just how realistic is it?While AI's reach is broad, development bottlenecks and application risks must be overcome before the benefits can be realized on a global scale.To be sure, AI is already changing how we tackle human-development challenges. Even in cases where data are available and the technology is mature, the dearth of data scientists can make it difficult to apply AI solutions locally.One way to address the shortage of workers with the skills needed to strengthen and implement AI capabilities is for companies that employ such workers to devote more time and resources to beneficial causes. They should encourage AI experts to take on pro bono projects and reward them for doing so.AI's tools and techniques can be misused, intentionally or inadvertently.AI is fast becoming an invaluable part of the human-development tool kit.
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