Politics and the Future of Tech

EPISODE 204

In this podcast episode, Hanh Brown explores the relationship between technology, government policy, and society. The discussion focuses on crucial decisions about regulating AI, blockchain innovation, and ensuring equal access to technology. It’s not just about new devices, but how these technologies can transform society for better or worse.

The episode covers topics like the influence of big tech companies versus startups on government policies, the need for a diverse AI market and precise regulations, and blockchain’s potential beyond cryptocurrencies. Hanh emphasizes the importance of proactive, informed engagement from policymakers, technologists, and the public to ensure technology is used ethically and promotes a more equitable society.

The episode concludes with a call to action for everyone to work together to shape a future where technology addresses global challenges and enhances human values.

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EPISODE 204

Hanh: 00:00:05
With the power of AI, we could revolutionize healthcare, making it more accessible, affordable, and personalized. Imagine a world where every person has access to the same level of medical expertise, regardless of their location or income. Where doctors can spend more time caring for patients. In less time on paperwork and

Hanh: 00:00:26
administrative tasks where diseases are caught earlier, treatments are tailored to individual needs and outcomes are vastly improved.

Narrator: 00:00:42
Welcome to AI50 connect your gateway to the fascinating interplay between technology, policy, and society. At AI50, we’re passionate about exploring how data and innovation shape our collective future. In today’s captivating episode, Politics and the Future of Tech, your host and visionary, Hanh Brown. Delves into the complex dynamics

Narrator: 00:01:04
between technology, government policy, and societal impact. Hanh breaks down the crucial decisions that will mold the societal frameworks of tomorrow from AI regulation to blockchain innovation and equitable tech access with AI 50s cutting edge insights, businesses. Policymakers and the public can navigate the ethical dilemmas, geopolitical tensions and challenges

Narrator: 00:01:30
of fair tech distribution. We go beyond the hype to uncover how these technologies can fundamentally transform society for the better. Each episode is a thought provoking journey filled with compelling stories, groundbreaking ideas and conversations with trailblazers. We examine the interplay between big tech startups and government, shedding

Narrator: 00:01:55
light on how collaborative engagement can drive positive change and align technology with ethical standards. Whether you’re a business leader, policymaker, or simply curious about technology’s transformative power, join Hanh on this enlightening exploration. Get ready for engaging storytelling, expert analysis, and real world examples that showcase the incredible

Narrator: 00:02:17
potential of technology to shape a more equitable and sustainable future. Let’s embark on this journey together.

Hanh: 00:02:32
Welcome to today’s episode, Politics and the Future of Tech, where we’ll be diving deep into the exciting world of technology’s future. I am Hanh Brown, your host. This is a topic that affects every aspect of our lives, from the way we communicate and work to the way our governments operate and make policies. As someone who’s passionate about

Hanh: 00:02:54
technology, I know just how crucial it is to get these policies right. How we choose to act today, whether it’s about setting rules for artificial intelligence, supporting innovation in the blockchain domain. Or providing fair access to technological progress will affect our world for many years and possibly generations. But here’s the thing.

Hanh: 00:03:23
The future of technology isn’t just about the gadgets and gizmos. It’s about the fundamental ways in which these tools can transform our society for better or for worse. It’s about grappling with complex ethical questions, navigating geopolitical tensions, and ensuring that the benefits of progress are distributed fairly and equitably.

Hanh: 00:03:47
That’s why today I’m thrilled to dive into these topics with you. Because the future of technology is not only challenging, but also amazing. It can transform healthcare and education, fight climate change and poverty, and offer countless opportunities. But realizing that potential will require more than just technical know how. It will require a deep understanding

Hanh: 00:04:11
of the social, political, and economic factors that shape technological development. It will require collaboration across borders. And across disciplines, and most importantly, it will require a willingness to ask tough questions, challenge assumptions and think creatively about the kind of future we want to build.

Hanh: 00:04:36
So let’s get started on this journey together. A journey towards a future that’s not just technologically advanced, but fundamentally human. Picture this. On one side, we have the tech giant. The big, established companies with vast resources and influence. On the other, we have the startups.

Hanh: 00:05:02
The small, innovative newcomers, eager to make their mark. You might think they’re on the same team, united by their love for technology and progress. But when it comes to their interests and interactions with the government, things get a bit more complicated. The big tech companies, they’re focused on maintaining their dominance in the market.

Hanh: 00:05:24
They’ve worked hard to build their empires, and they’re not about to let anyone else steal their thunder. So what do they do? They lobby the government, using their deep pockets and connections to shape policies in their favor. But is that really in the best interest of innovation and competition? Do we want a world where a handful

Hanh: 00:05:42
of companies control the direction of technological progress? Where startups with groundbreaking ideas struggle to even get a foot in the door, that’s where the startups come in. They have a different vision, one that challenges the status quo and pushes the boundaries of what’s possible. They’re the underdogs, the disruptors, fighting for a chance to prove themselves.

Hanh: 00:06:09
But they can’t do it alone. They need a level playing field, one where their ideas can flourish and compete on their own merits. Now, here’s the thing. The technology industry as a whole needs a voice in policymaking. They can’t just sit back and let the government make decisions that could impact their future without any input.

Hanh: 00:06:31
It’s like trying to play a game without knowing the rules. But how do they make their voices heard? That’s where lobbying and advocacy come in. But it’s not just about throwing money at the problem and hoping for the best. It’s about building relationships, educating policy makers, and finding common ground.

Hanh: 00:06:51
It’s a long term commitment, one that requires patience, persistence, and commitment. And a willingness to engage in good faith. But even then, it’s not always easy. The government has its own interests and priorities, and they don’t always align with those of the tech industry. So, how do we find that balance? How do we create policies that

Hanh: 00:07:12
promote innovation and progress, while also ensuring fair competition and protecting consumer interests? These are the questions we need to grapple with as we navigate this complex landscape. And the stakes couldn’t be higher. Because at the end of the day, it’s not just about the tech companies and their bottom lines.

Hanh: 00:07:34
It’s about how technology can make our lives better. How it can solve problems and create opportunities for everyone. Imagine a world where startups with brilliant ideas can thrive. Where competition drives innovation and keeps the big players on their toes. Imagine a world where policymakers have the knowledge and understanding

Hanh: 00:07:56
to craft regulations that protect consumers without stifling progress. Imagine a world where technology is a force for good, a tool for tackling our greatest challenges and unlocking our highest potential. That’s the world we should be striving for. And it starts with getting the relationship between tech companies

Hanh: 00:08:18
and the government, right? That’s It starts with fostering open, honest dialogue and finding ways to work together towards common goals. As we continue to explore the future of technology, keep this dynamic in mind. Ask yourself, what kind of world do you want to live in? What role should technology play in shaping that world?

Hanh: 00:08:42
And what can we do as individuals and as a society? To make sure that the relationship between tech companies and the government works for everyone. These are the questions that will define the future of technology. And we all have a stake in getting the answers right. Let’s talk about the hot topic

Hanh: 00:09:04
that’s on everyone’s minds. Artificial intelligence. It’s advancing at a mind boggling pace with new breakthroughs and applications emerging every day. But as we marvel at the incredible potential of this technology, we can’t help but wonder, are we ready for the consequences? On one hand, AI has the power to

Hanh: 00:09:29
revolutionize industries and transform our lives in ways we never thought possible. Think of a world where medical conditions are detected and identified more quickly and precisely than before. Where education is tailored to each student’s individual needs and learning style. Where transportation is more secure and effective, thanks to autonomous cars.

Hanh: 00:09:58
The possibilities are endless, and the benefits could be immense. But on the other hand, there’s a darker side to AI that we can’t ignore. What happens when AI systems are used to make decisions that perpetuate biases and discriminate against certain groups. What if AI is used to manipulate public opinion, spread misinformation, or even carry out cyber attacks?

Hanh: 00:10:23
These are not just hypothetical scenarios. They are real risks that we need to confront head on. So how do we ensure that AI is developed and used responsibly in a way that maximizes its benefits and minimizes its risks? There are no easy answers, but there are some key principles that we can follow. First and foremost, we need to

Hanh: 00:10:46
foster a competitive and diverse market for AI development. We can’t afford to have just a handful of companies controlling the future of this technology. We need a wide range of players, from startups to academia to government agencies, all pushing the boundaries of what’s possible and keeping each other in check.

Hanh: 00:11:10
It’s like a system of checks and balances for the tech world. But even with a competitive market, we can’t just sit back and let the chips fall where they may. We need smart, targeted regulations that address the specific risks and challenges posed by AI. For example, if an AI system is being used to make hiring decisions, there should

Hanh: 00:11:34
be clear guidelines in place to prevent discrimination and ensure fairness. If an AI chatbot is interacting with children, there should be safeguards to protect their privacy and well being. At the same time, we have to be careful not to over regulate AI to the point where we stifle innovation. It’s a delicate balance, and finding that sweet spot will require ongoing dialogue

Hanh: 00:12:00
and collaboration between policymakers, technologists, ethicists, and the public. One approach that I believe holds a lot of promise is to focus on regulating the applications of AI, rather than the underlying technology itself. What do I mean by that? Well, think about it this way, the core algorithms and models that power AI are essentially just mathematical equations.

Hanh: 00:12:25
They’re not inherently good or bad, it’s how they’re used that matters. So, instead of trying to regulate the math, we should be regulating the specific ways in which AI is being applied in the real world. Another crucial piece of the puzzle is transparency. We need to be able to peer inside the black box of AI and understand

Hanh: 00:12:49
how it’s making decisions, especially when those decisions have real world consequences for people’s lives. That’s where open source comes in. When AI is developed in the open, with the code and algorithms available for anyone to inspect and contribute to, it helps prevent monopolies and ensures that the technology is being used responsibly. Open source also has the added benefit

Hanh: 00:13:14
of democratizing AI and making it accessible to a wider range of people. Imagine if the only people who could work on AI were those who could afford expensive proprietary software and hardware. We’d be missing out on a wealth of talent and perspectives from researchers, developers, and communities around the world.

Hanh: 00:13:38
By embracing open source, we can tap into that collective intelligence and create AI that truly benefits everyone. So, as we continue on this rollercoaster ride of AI development, let’s keep these principles in mind. Let’s ask the tough questions and have the difficult conversations. Let’s push for competition, regulate applications responsibly, and

Hanh: 00:14:03
champion transparency and open source. And most importantly, let’s never lose sight of the ultimate goal, creating AI that is not just technologically impressive, but fundamentally ethical and beneficial to society as a whole. What do you think? How can we strike the right balance between innovation and responsibility when it comes to AI?

Hanh: 00:14:27
What role should policymakers, technologists, and the public play in shaping the future of this technology? Bye bye. These are the questions that will define the coming decades, and we all have a stake in getting the answers right. So let’s keep the conversation going, and let’s work together to build an AI powered future that we can all be proud of.

Hanh: 00:14:55
Alright, let’s dive into another exciting and often misunderstood area of technology, blockchain and cryptocurrencies. These terms can be a bit intimidating, conjuring up images of shady dealings and get rich quick schemes. Let’s break it down in a way that makes sense and shows the true potential of these technologies.

Hanh: 00:15:19
At its core, blockchain is all about decentralization. It’s a way of recording and verifying transactions without relying on a central authority. Like a bank or a government. Think of it like a giant tamper proof ledger that everyone can see and contribute to, but no single entity controls.

Hanh: 00:15:41
It’s like taking the power away from the middlemen and giving it back to the people. One of the most well known applications of blockchain is cryptocurrencies, like Bitcoin. These digital currencies allow for secure and fast transactions without the need for traditional financial institutions. Thanks.

Hanh: 00:16:00
It’s like having a digital wallet that you control, rather than trusting a bank to manage your money. But here’s the thing. Cryptocurrencies are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the potential of blockchain. Think of a world where you have true ownership and control over your personal data.

Hanh: 00:16:21
No more big tech companies profiting off your information without your consent or knowledge. With blockchain, you could choose to sell your data directly to companies or keep it entirely private. It’s about putting the power back in your hands and giving you the freedom to decide how your information is used. And that’s just the beginning.

Hanh: 00:16:43
This concept of decentralization is particularly important when it comes to AI. As we discussed earlier, we don’t want a future where AI is controlled by just a few powerful entity with no transparency or accountability. Decentralized AI, powered by blockchain, could ensure that AI systems are open, auditable, and aligned with the

Hanh: 00:17:05
values of the communities they serve. But of course, with any new technology, there are challenges and risks to consider. How do we prevent fraud and protect consumers? How do we ensure the integrity of blockchain systems and prevent them from being hijacked by bad actors? That’s where clear and

Hanh: 00:17:27
effective regulation comes in. We need frameworks in place to mitigate these risks, but we also need to be careful not to stifle innovation in the process. It’s a delicate balance, but one that we must strive to achieve, because the potential benefits of blockchain and decentralization are simply too great to ignore.

Hanh: 00:17:50
Imagine a world where data marketplaces allow individuals to securely sell or license their personal information, getting compensated for their contributions, while helping companies improve their products and services. Imagine a world where the provenance of digital assets like artwork or music can be tracked and verified on the blockchain, eliminating disputes

Hanh: 00:18:14
over ownership and authenticity. And perhaps most importantly, imagine a world where the spread of misinformation and deepfakes can be combated with the help of blockchain technology by establishing a tamper proof record of the origin and manipulation of digital content. We could help restore trust in the media we consume and the information we rely on.

Hanh: 00:18:37
But to get there, we need to approach this brave new world of decentralized technologies with a mix of excitement and caution. We need to push for innovation while also advocating for responsible regulation. We need to educate ourselves and others about the true potential of blockchain and cryptocurrencies. Separating the hype from the reality.

Hanh: 00:18:59
So what do you think? Are you ready to embrace the decentralized future? What excites you most about the potential of blockchain and cryptocurrencies? What concerns do you have and how do you think we can address them? These are the questions we need to be asking ourselves. As we navigate this rapidly evolving

Hanh: 00:19:18
landscape, because one thing is for sure, blockchain and decentralization are not going away anytime soon. They have the power to fundamentally reshape our world from the way we conduct business to the way we interact with each other and with technology. But it’s up to us to shape that future in a way that benefits society as a whole. It’s up to us to have the

Hanh: 00:19:45
difficult conversations. To ask the tough questions and to push for the kind of innovation that uplifts and empowers everyone, not just a select few. So let’s get to work and educate ourselves and others. Let’s collaborate across industries and disciplines. Let’s build the decentralized future we want to see.

Hanh: 00:20:10
One block at a time. The potential is immense, and the journey ahead is sure to be a wild ride. But together, we can make it a ride worth taking. Now, let’s zoom out and look at the bigger picture. The development of technology doesn’t happen in a vacuum. It’s deeply intertwined with

Hanh: 00:20:32
global competition and geopolitics. Shaping the very fabric of our world. And right now there are two major players dominating the landscape, the United States and China. It’s like a high stakes game of chess with each nation vying for supremacy in fields like AI, blockchain, and quantum computing. The stakes couldn’t be higher because

Hanh: 00:20:59
whoever wins this race could have a significant advantage in shaping the future Not just of their own country, but of the entire world. For the United States, maintaining a competitive edge is crucial. It’s not just about economic prosperity or technological prowess, it’s about safeguarding fundamental values like freedom, democracy, and innovation.

Hanh: 00:21:25
The U. S. has long been a leader in technological advancement, thanks in large part to a culture that encourages risk taking, entrepreneurship, and innovation. And outside the box thinking, but China is a formidable competitor with a government that’s heavily investing in technology and a population

Hanh: 00:21:45
eager to adopt new innovations. They have the advantage of a centralized system that can quickly mobilize resources and implement policies. Allowing them to move at a speed that can be difficult for other countries to match. So how can the U. S. stay ahead in this high stakes game? The answer lies in doubling

Hanh: 00:22:04
down on its strengths. Fostering innovation, attracting top talent from around the world and creating an environment where startups can thrive. It means resisting the temptation to over regulate or stifle competition in the name of short term gains and instead taking a long term view that prioritizes the free flow of ideas and the power of the market to drive progress.

Hanh: 00:22:34
But it’s not just about the U. S. and China. The global technology landscape is complex and multifaceted with many other players vying for a seat at the table. Europe, for example, has taken a different approach to technology regulation, one that prioritizes privacy, security, and the concept

Hanh: 00:22:54
of the precautionary principle. This principle holds that new technologies should be heavily restricted or even banned until they can be proven absolutely safe. While well intentioned, this approach can significantly slow down progress and innovation, putting countries that adopt it at risk of falling behind in the global race for technological supremacy.

Hanh: 00:23:18
Imagine if the precautionary principle had been applied to past inventions like the automobile, the airplane, or the internet. We might still be riding horses, sending letters by mail, and relying on libraries for information. Of course, safety is important, but it must be balanced with the potential benefits of new technologies and the need for speed.

Hanh: 00:23:42
and agility in a rapidly changing world. Many developing nations, however, want to use technology to skip over conventional steps of development and address urgent problems like poverty, inequality, and access to education and healthcare. For these countries, technology represents not just an opportunity, but a necessity. These countries could achieve the next breakthroughs in technology by

Hanh: 00:24:10
supporting innovation, creating their own startup environments, and working with other nations and organizations. Their progress could have positive impacts, not just for their own people, but for global society. As global citizens, we have a responsibility to support and collaborate with these efforts, recognizing that the benefits of

Hanh: 00:24:33
technology should be accessible to everyone, not just a select few. But navigating this complex global landscape is no easy feat. It requires a delicate balance of competition and cooperation, of innovation and regulation, of speed and safety. It requires leaders who are willing to take bold risks and make difficult decisions, while also being attuned

Hanh: 00:24:53
to the needs and concerns of their citizens in the wider world. As we look to the future, let’s ask ourselves, What kind of world do we want to live in? One where technology is a force for good, driving progress and improving lives? Or one where it’s a source of division, inequality, and conflict? The choices we make today will

Hanh: 00:25:18
shape the answer to that question. Will we prioritize short term gains over long term sustainability? Will we let fear and uncertainty hold us back or will we embrace the power of innovation to tackle the greatest challenges of our time? These are not easy questions, but they are essential ones because the stakes are high and the future is ours to shape.

Hanh: 00:25:44
So let us rise to the occasion. Let us work together across borders and boundaries, sectors and disciplines to build a world where technology is a force for good. A tool for empowerment and a catalyst for positive change. Let us strive for a future where competition drives innovation, where regulation promotes rather than

Hanh: 00:26:05
hinders progress, and where the transformative power of technology is harnessed for the good of all humanity. It won’t be easy, but it is possible. And it starts with each and every one of us doing our part to shape a brighter, more hopeful tomorrow. As we’ve explored throughout this podcast, technology has the potential to transform our world in profound

Hanh: 00:26:36
ways, but it’s not just about the cool gadgets or the latest app. It’s about how these innovations can be harnessed to address some of the most pressing challenges we face as a society. Think about it. With the power of AI, we could revolutionize healthcare, making it more accessible, affordable, and personalized. Imagine a world where every person

Hanh: 00:27:00
has access to the same level of medical expertise, regardless of their location or income. Where doctors can spend more time caring for patients and less time on paperwork and administrative tasks. Where diseases are caught earlier, treatments are tailored to individual needs. And outcomes are vastly improved,

Hanh: 00:27:21
but the potential doesn’t stop there. We could use blockchain to create some bits of secure and transparent voting systems. Strengthening our democracies and ensuring that every voice is heard. We could leverage the internet of things to build smarter, more sustainable cities, reducing waste and improving quality of life.

Hanh: 00:27:46
And with the rise of clean energy technologies, we could combat climate change and build a more sustainable future for generations to come. However, to truly realize this potential, we need to ensure that everyone has access to the benefits of technology. And that starts with education. We need to equip the next generation with the skills and knowledge they

Hanh: 00:28:11
need to thrive in a tech driven world. That means investing in STEM programs, coding boot camps, and digital literacy initiatives. It means reimagining our educational systems to prioritize problem solving, creativity, and adaptability, the key skills of the 21st century. But access to education is just the beginning.

Hanh: 00:28:34
We also need to make sure that technology is inclusive and representative of the diverse communities it serves. We can’t afford to leave anyone behind in this digital revolution. Whether it’s ensuring that AI algorithms are free from bias, creating tech solutions that cater to the needs of underserved populations, or building products with accessibility

Hanh: 00:28:57
in mind, inclusivity must be at the forefront of our efforts. Thank you When it comes to some of the most fundamental aspects of our lives, housing, healthcare, and education technology could be a game changer. Imagine if we could use AI in big data to predict and prevent disease making healthcare more proactive and less reactive.

Hanh: 00:29:24
Or if we could leverage blockchain to create more efficient and affordable housing markets. Helping to address the growing crisis of homelessness and housing insecurity. The possibilities are endless, but they require us to think creatively and collaboratively about how we apply these powerful tools. Of course, with great power

Hanh: 00:29:45
comes great responsibility. As we embrace the transformative potential of technology, we must also be mindful of the risks and challenges. We need robust frameworks for data privacy and security to protect individuals rights and prevent abuse. We need to address the ethical implications of AI and automation, ensuring that these technologies

Hanh: 00:30:07
are developed and deployed in ways that benefit society as a whole. And we need to have difficult conversations about the future of work. And how we can ensure that everyone has access to meaningful, fulfilling livelihoods in a world where many jobs may be automated. Ultimately, building a better future with technology will require

Hanh: 00:30:34
a culture of techno optimism, balanced with responsible innovation. It means embracing the vast potential of these tools, while also being clear eyed about the challenges and working proactively to address them. It means we all have a responsibility, whether you’re a technologist making the next amazing app, a policymaker creating rules that support innovation

Hanh: 00:31:00
and protect consumers, or just a citizen using technology in your everyday life. So let’s dream big and bold. Let’s imagine a future where technology is a force for good, a tool for tackling our greatest challenges. And unlocking our highest potential. Let’s approach this journey with curiosity, collaboration, and a commitment to making a positive impact.

Hanh: 00:31:30
Because if we get it right, there’s no limit to what we can achieve for ourselves, for our communities, and for the world. As we come to the end of this podcast, I want to leave you with a few final thoughts. Throughout our discussion, we’ve explored the incredible potential of technology from AI and blockchain to the societal

Hanh: 00:31:56
implications and the global landscape. But if there’s one thing I hope you take away from this conversation, it’s that the future of technology is not predetermined. It’s a story that we are all writing together. Every day through our choices and actions, we stand at a critical juncture, a moment where the decisions we make about technology will ripple out and

Hanh: 00:32:25
shape our world for generations to come. And that’s why it’s so important that we get it right. We need policymakers who are informed and proactive, who understand the nuances and complexities of these technologies. We need technologists who are driven not just by the pursuit of innovation, but by a deep sense of responsibility and ethics. But most of all, we need a society that

Hanh: 00:32:49
is engaged and empowered, a society that doesn’t just consume technology, but actively participates in shaping it. That means staying informed, asking tough questions, and holding those in power accountable. It means advocating for policies that promote competition, protect privacy, and ensure that the benefits of technology are distributed fairly and equitably.

Hanh: 00:33:18
Because, at the end of the day, technology is not an end in itself. It’s a means to an end, a tool that we can harness To build the kind of world we want to live in a world that is more just, more sustainable, more compassionate, a world where every individual has the opportunity to thrive and reach their full potential. So let us seize this moment. Let us approach the future of technology

Hanh: 00:33:42
with a sense of possibility and purpose. Let us be bold in our vision, but humble in our approach. And let us never forget that the true power of technology lies not in the machines or the algorithms, but in the human spirit that drives them. Together, we can build a future that is not just technologically advanced, but fundamentally human.

Hanh: 00:34:10
A future that reflects our highest aspirations and our deepest values. A future that we can be proud to leave to the generations that will follow.

Narrator: 00:34:27
Wow. What an eyeopening exploration of the complex interplay between technology, politics, and society. Hanh hopes this episode of AI50 Connect has inspired you to think about How we can collectively shape a future where innovation aligns with ethical standards and promotes global welfare. Keep in mind that the decisions we

Narrator: 00:34:46
make today about technology regulation, innovation, and access will have profound impacts on generations to come. With AI50 as your guide, you can stay informed and engaged in this crucial conversation. Head over to our website, AI50, to discover more about our insights and solutions at the intersection of technology and society.

Narrator: 00:35:11
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Narrator: 00:35:52
thought provoking adventure. Remember, with AI50, you’re not just adapting to change, you’re driving it. Until next time, keep innovating and working towards a future where technology uplifts us all.

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Innovating Responsibly in the Age of AI

In this podcast episode, Hanh Brown takes listeners on a journey through the history and evolution of Artificial Intelligence (AI). From its beginnings in…

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