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Don’t fear AI-driven “biosurveillance,” experts say


May 9, 2024

In an article published by Axios that discusses how AI-driven "biosurveillance" could be instrumental in detecting future pandemics or biological attacks, CSET's Steph Batalis provided her expert insights.

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