Artificial Intelligence Threat to Human Activities

Year : 2024 | Volume :12 | Issue : 01 | Page : 8-12

Prashant J. Viradiya

Ripalkumar N. Patel

Chirag C. Mavani

  1. Research Scholar Computer Engineering, Gyanmanjari Innovative University- GMIU, Bhavnagar Gujarat India
  2. Cloud Architect TELUS International, Temple Terrace, FL 33637 Florida United States
  3. Cloud Architect DXC Technology, Houston TX 77070 United States


This study explores the multifaceted impacts of Artificial Intelligence (AI) across human activities which must be employment, privacy, social interactions, proper decision-making, and also the ethical considerations. It tries to get closer to the bottom of AI’s complicated behavior by focusing on its changes, problems, and moral roots in human activities. A careful review of the research shows where there are holes and gives a full picture of the dangers AI poses to many areas of interactions with humans. Issues about justice, responsibility, along privacy are addressed in the study, which shows how important it is to keep looking into AI’s social effects. This will encourage responsible AI development and teamwork between different fields.

Keywords: Human activities, artificial intelligence, privacy and surveillance, AI threat, employment

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Volume 12
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Published April 4, 2024