Impact Insider #27: AI could revolutionize the social sector — but here's the catch

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AI could become a core technology driving social change within the next decade.

On Wednesday, DeepMind — an artificial intelligence (AI) research firm owned by Google — announced a breakthrough in AI-assisted healthcare: it can now accurately predict the likelihood of patients developing acute kidney injury, a life-threatening condition, up to two days before it happens


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