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Hello from the Acela train from Washington DC to New York City. I’m headed north again to spend four days with the Integrity Institute staff to do strategic planning for the rest of the year. It’s hard to believe that we are already in May. 2024 will be here before we know it.
Last week, I ran a poll on my LinkedIn profile asking people to vote on what topics they wanted me to cover next in this newsletter. Seventy-five people voted, with 48 percent wanting to hear more about how artificial intelligence might impact politics.
This is a topic I expect to cover a lot over the next few years. It’s hard to know all the ways in which it might be deployed - but consider this a start. Also, spoiler alert. I don’t think 2024 will be the last human election, nor do I think we need to prepare for the end of the world. Read on for my predictions and why we need to dial down the panic machine a little.
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