1. Would it be appropriate to intervene today based on a prediction about the future?
It may not be okay (or legal) to hold people accountable for actions they have not taken, decisions they have not actually made, or rules they have not yet broken. In some cases, even those much more likely than average to have an outcome in relative terms are unlikely to have that outcome in real terms.
2. How would you safeguard against letting structural inequalities that may be hiding in some data systems seep into your practice?