Both artificial intelligence and blockchain have the potential to impact a range of areas in the field of international migration, whether they relate to financial transfers, to the transparency, costs and efficiency of immigration and asylum application processes, or to the optimization of labor integration conditions.
There is an estimated 244 million international migrants globally. It’s a ripe market for entrepreneurs.
Yet, keep in mind that “A.I. is not neutral. It’s kind of like a recipe and if your recipe is biased, the decision that the algorithm will make is also biased and difficult to challenge.”