AI and Human Intelligence: Exploring Impacts on Human Activities

Year : 2024 | Volume :15 | Issue : 01 | Page : 45-49
By

Tarkikkumar Zaverbhai Kevadiya

Ripalkumar Naginbhai

Chirag Chandulal Mavani

  1. Professor Master of Electrical Engineering, Government Engineering College (GEC), Bhavnagar Gujarat India
  2. Student Department of Computer Science, Campbellsville University Campbellsville United States
  3. Student Department of Computer Application, Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune Maharashtra India

Abstract

Artificial intelligence (AI) has become the important force that is shaping human activities across different domains. This article delves into the complex relationship between AI and human intelligence, scrutinizing its interplay, and also examining the consequential impacts on diversified human activities. Through the extensive literature review, this paper also investigates the current landscape of AI technologies and their implications, which showcases the multifaceted roles AI plays in augmenting, challenging, and reshaping human intelligence. The methods include a careful examination of academic books, articles, and research studies that look at how AI affects human thinking, working, making decisions, and social issues. The results show that AI makes people better at what they do while also raising moral, social, and economic questions. The commentary talks about the study’s limits and offers ways to study these results in the future, while also critically evaluating them in light of the research question.

Keywords: Artificial intelligence (AI), human activities, AI collaboration, AI development, human intelligence

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How to cite this article: Tarkikkumar Zaverbhai Kevadiya, Ripalkumar Naginbhai, Chirag Chandulal Mavani. AI and Human Intelligence: Exploring Impacts on Human Activities. Journal of Computer Technology & Applications. 2024; 15(01):45-49.
How to cite this URL: Tarkikkumar Zaverbhai Kevadiya, Ripalkumar Naginbhai, Chirag Chandulal Mavani. AI and Human Intelligence: Exploring Impacts on Human Activities. Journal of Computer Technology & Applications. 2024; 15(01):45-49. Available from: https://journals.stmjournals.com/jocta/article=2024/view=140185




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Volume 15
Issue 01
Received February 16, 2024
Accepted March 29, 2024
Published April 5, 2024