# Probably42's Documents


  • This document 'How can Government prevent AI undermining our society, while still reaping the benefits?' takes a look at how AI harms can undermine every facet of what we rely on in our current society. It then proposes what we might do about them.&n..
  • This document 'Long-term thinking in Government - Making it Happen' version 1.0 is a Considered Proposal born out of our Probably42 discussion meetings on the subject. 
  • This is the combined discussion output of our two Probably42 groups which identifies important areas that we are concerned will be neglected.
  • This document examines Reform UK's proposals, analyses these and draws conclusions about their likely impact on the election.
  • December 4, 2023
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    This document is the combined discussion output from two Probably42 Groups on the topic of 'The Misinformation Society - Fact or Fiction'.
  • October 30, 2023
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    This is the discussion output of Probably42 groups Deep Thought and Zero Gravity on the topic of Global Migration and its impacts.  
  • September 27, 2023
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    This is a 'Considered Proposal' in our series based on initial discussions of the Probably42 discussion groups.The full title is: The Implications for Society of Longer Healthy Lives
  • September 27, 2023
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    This document is the combined output of two Probably42 discussion groups.
  • This document is a summary of the full Manifesto for Society in the AI Future it conforms to the requirements in our document Invitation to Tender for the role of H.M. Government.  It exemplifies the type of ‘Summary Manife..
  • This 'Considered Proposal' is built on a discussion about Party Manifestos which can be seen at Party Manifesto Preparation. It is presented as an ITT (Invitation to Tender) to reflect the fact that we think parties should be required to present..