Five elements explain what’s the artificial intelligence?

November 16, 2020
 Nobody knows if general AI is fully achievable, but the possibility forces us to urgently question and even define our human identity. Nobody knows if general AI is fully achievable, but the possibility forces us to urgently question and even define our human identity. Photo source: - Compilation of news visibility from Google

Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Vision Egypt News: - Artificial intelligence is no longer just a new technological reformer on daily life, and just an additional tool that is used by those who have its price, but rather a new lifestyle that will change the face of the world, so we see that the following five elements can explain what artificial intelligence is for those who do not know much about it .

1. Changing global industries:

Companies around the world innovate using artificial intelligence for the benefit of society, and this technology has spread in all areas, from diagnosing diseases to increasing yields, directing ocean cleanups and simplifying critical responses to disasters, influential AI is everywhere.

Collecting and analyzing vast amounts of data at breakneck speed, accelerating medical research and scientific discovery, improving design and production processes, and enhancing societal participation by historically disadvantaged and underprivileged communities - all of this is possible with AI solutions.

2. Use of personal data to build processing machines:

One of the downsides of AI is, from moment to moment, personal data is leaked and processed invisibly by profit-driven companies that build manipulative AI systems individually and socially.

Bits of personal data feed a gigantic of forecasting and organizing algorithms that decide, for better or worse, what to tell you or grant you access to.

3. Freedom and Human Identity:

Artificial intelligence can be a force for good, but algorithms built on flawed and biased data sets also polarize society, reinforce harmful stereotypes, fuel violence and narrow criminal justice decisions.

Most worrying is the emergence of a new form of life in artificial intelligence. As machines become more complex, we risk losing our grip on this constantly evolving technology, and even removing human intelligence from the equation.

To ensure we are heading in the right direction, we need to develop AI within the right ethical frameworks today. What makes us human beings unique?

4. Human-focused artificial intelligence:

As AI advances, policymakers and regulators around the world are increasingly grappling with how to harness the positive potential of this ever-evolving technology while increasing competition and preventing negative impacts.

Having long focused on trust and ethics in AI policy, the European Union is now preparing in 2021 to introduce a robust human-centered AI regulation that emphasizes justice, safety and accountability as the core of human rights-based technology governance.

5. What will happen next with artificial intelligence?

To shape a human-centered AI future, we all need to be part of the conversation - it's not about what we can do with this technology but what we should do with it.

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