Dear Google @google
We have heard about your new AI that can predict when someone will die based on an individual's medical information. We have a request that is imperative to human rights, specifically the human rights of people with disabilities. Most people only know stereotypes about people with disabilities, and about different disabilities themselves. These people become politicians, teachers, doctors, etc. When these people run into people with disabilities on the job, they treat them according to the stereotypes they believe. For example, many doctors believe that the presence of any disability means that a person will have a low quality of life, be unintelligent, and be incapable. This is wrong. Our community has been advocating, spreading the truth, and things have been improving. Our request is that you make sure your AI does not equate the presence of a disability with having a low quality of life, being unintelligent, being incapable, or having a higher chance of death. Some disabilities may have aspects that can influence one's health, but please have the AI recognize those aspects individually, as to not equate the overall disability with being unhealthy. It is how people use your technology that matters, so please make sure that people do not have the ability to use it for the genocide, discrimination, and mistreatment of people with disabilities, mental and/or physical. Do not give people a weapon for further prejudice.
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