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Some of those most at risk of the coronavirus, such as the eldery, who are staying inside and may need to use food delivery services are not going to be able to use bots or scripts to help them order food, or even know that this is a technical possibility. Instead, these bots may disproportionately benefit those who do have the technical know-how to do so, leaving others behind.
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Web 3.0 technologies are emerging rapidly and creating novel opportunities but also introducing some risk for humanity. 
These risks and opportunities shouldn’t be overlooked  — rather, recognized, understood and embraced.
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