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Machines might scare policymakers from Brussels to Washington, but artificial intelligence could yield a significant developmental dividend in the developing world. In African markets, the technology behind Alexa and Siri can be harnessed to diagnose illness or address traffic gridlock. With better predictive models tapping into the alternative data that does exist, AI is helping small business owners circumvent the traditional data that does not. Timothy Kotin writes in allAfrica that with better predictive models tapping into the alternative data that does exist, AI is helping small business owners circumvent the traditional data that does not. Read more