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Artificial Intelligence for Social Good

Artificial intelligence has a diversity of applications, many with societal benefits. Books in this series will offer a multidisciplinary perspective on these applications, ranging from social work to healthcare, to environmental sciences. Each book will survey the AI approaches to a particular societal problem and promising research directions, with case study examples.

General Editors: Eric Rice, University of Southern California; Milind Tambe, University of Southern California
Editorial Board: Mark Fox, University of Toronto; Carla Gomes, Cornell University, New York; Barbara Grosz, Harvard University, Massachusetts; Michael Littman, Brown University, Rhode Island; Desmond Patton, Columbia, University, New York; Andrew Plumptre, Key Biodiversity Areas Secretariat

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