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AI could help us spot viruses like monkeypox before they cross over – and help conserve nature

By Ann Borda, Associate Professor, Melbourne Medical School, The University of Melbourne
Andreea Molnar, Associate Professor, Swinburne University of Technology
Cristina Neesham, Associate Professor of Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility, Newcastle University
Prof Patty Kostkova, Professor in Digital Health, Director of UCL Centre of Digital Public Health in Emergencies (dPHE), UCL
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We can use AI to protect nature and human health. But first, we have to expand AI beyond being entirely human-centred.The Conversation


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