Effects Of Artificial Intelligence On Society

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Since Artificial Intelligence (AI) has positive effects on society and has improved greatly throughout the years, its improvement and positive effects benefit society greatly. AI Agents provide aid and help in many different societal fields such as communications, jobs and health. The aim to create non-biological intelligence has been with us for many years and has improved with the improvement of science and technology in the community. This paper discusses the positive impact AI has on a country’s position, economic and social development, the improvement of the way scientists believe AI should have throughout the years and its benefits to humanity in many different fields. Positive effects of Artificial Intelligence that could affect our…show more content…
Moreover, it can create good relationships between the nations as they can exchange technologies and improve together. Another great outcome from having AI as part of society is that it can improve the society economically. “Mining and petroleum firms push into ever more challenging environments”[1] making the need of artificial intelligence mandatory. AI could be used in mine digging, where intelligent machines can mine in dangerous places and as a result making the country’s resources rare and wanted. AI can also be used to find underwater resources by creating AI agents that can swim into deep waters and find resources for hours. This improvement can also be used as a tourist attraction, people can come from all around the world to view this technology and even buy it. AI can also have a great effect on people’s social lives since they are designed to have a normal conversation with people and even generate conversations. They can be good companions for lonely people and even good baby sitters since AI agents are well educated and can know what the baby needs. AI agents can be good assistants in many…show more content…
AI is computer systems that are able to perform and think almost like a human being. So they are robots that can act like a human being by showing emotions and thinking. Before machines were invented, scientists were experimenting and trying to find ways to create an intelligent human life. After the invention of machines, it was reasonable to think of it as designing intelligence instead of creating it. Some AI texts show that their authors view AI and it improvement as a set of design problems that human designers are expected to fix. Lee Spector uses Darwin’s theory of evolution to argue that Artificial Agents could have an impact on their improvement in the future, since the idea that AI will improve by itself was discussed in the past. He argues that agents that learn, grow or “redesign themselves to some limited extent”[3] best achieve intelligent behavior. Since Intelligent Agents are most likely to know what could improve their performance and just like humans they can detect where their flaws are and where to go to fix them. However, Elizabeth Wilson discusses the need of emotions in AI. She mentions a research in the mid 1990s that argued the importance of Emotional Intelligence (EI) in AI, “cohabitation of affect and artificially has been evident in AI from the very beginning”[4]. Having Agents that can express emotion makes agents more flexible,
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