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Computer programming, often shortened to programming, is a process for original formulation of computing problems to executable computer programs such as analysis, development, algorithms and verification. Courtesy photo.

In the digital age, it is too often the case that a technology’s benefits can be too good to be true. Algorithmic and artificial intelligence-based decision-making programs, for instance, can help schools better ensure academic success and help insurance companies set more accurate policy pricing. But its benefits come at a price, specifically, the steep challenge of trying to understand, limit, and govern the tool, and how it’s used.

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