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Monetizing the manipulation of the mind is wrong. It is important that the next generation of leaders be taught to consider humanity throughout the process of software development.

Artificial intelligence represents a broad step forward. It should represent a broad step forward for everyone. Including people who may write a prompt in a more concise way or who can't see the conversation taking place. Artificial intelligence must be both cognitively inclusive AND respect WCAG guidelines for providing interactivity with Assistive Technology users, among a broad list of other concerns.

The WCAG part of this is well understood. However, the cognitive disability side is not. At Hai1y we care deeply about this problem and research it every day while providing consulting for those who are concerned about how well their ChatBots communicate with people with disabilities. We also develop our own models aimed at understanding the same in hopes of more deeply understanding user interfaces and how users interact with technology in general.

We hope to build assistive technologies that help users understand their prompts and responses. To help clarify the sources of bias that may exist and communicate clearly about the potential for hallucinations within a particular response. We believe that the path through researching these issues will facilitate the creation of artificial intelligences that can guard our minds from malicious AI and are fundamentally essential problems to solve to achieve general Artificial Intelligence.