As AI’s technology improves, it has the potential to process information faster, thus accelerating diagnoses and enabling earlier and possibly life-saving treatment for patients.

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Education faculty at ASU are optimistic about AI easing the burden on overworked K–12 teachers. But they're also wary of potential challenges, such as disparity in access and inherent biases.

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AI, if applied responsibly, can help to address global challenges and inefficiencies — and improve the world — ASU experts say.

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