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Elena Di Rosa is a PhD student in Philosophy at Princeton University. She works primarily on topics in ethics, contemporary social and political philosophy, and moral psychology. Her current research project focuses on the ethics of pride and shame.
We need greater democratic oversight of AI not just from developers and designers, but from all members of society.
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