Contemporary Society and the Impact of Artificial Intelligence

Year : 2024 | Volume :14 | Issue : 01 | Page : 36-44
By

B.M. Rajesh

Sakthi Ganesh M

Kavin S

  1. Assistant Professor Department of IT, Dr.NGP Arts and Science College-Coimbatore Tamil Nadu India
  2. Student Department of IT, Dr.NGP Arts and Science College-Coimbatore Tamil Nadu India
  3. Student Department of IT, Dr.NGP Arts and Science College-Coimbatore Tamil Nadu India

Abstract

Artificial intelligence often referred to as the Fourth Industrial Revolution (IR 4.0), is poised to revolutionize not only our operational processes and social dynamics but also our understanding of ourselves. This article aims to establish a comprehensive definition of AI, scrutinize its impact on industrial, social, and economic landscapes in the 21st century, and subsequently propose a framework of principles governing AI bioethics. The first industrial revolution (IR 1.0) in the 18th century brought about significant societal changes without directly complicating human relationships. In stark contrast, the contemporary influence of advanced AI is fundamentally reshaping how we engage and communicate with one another. As this transformative challenge unfolds, it becomes imperative to formulate and adopt new principles of AI bioethics. These principles will serve as essential guidelines for AI technologies, ensuring responsible and ethical deployment in order to harness the full potential of this intelligence advancement for the benefit of humanity. The evolving landscape of AI prompts a revaluation of our ethical frameworks to navigate the intricate intersections of technology and society. By establishing a robust set of bioethical principles, we can proactively shape the trajectory of AI development, fostering a responsible and harmonious integration of this groundbreaking technology into our lives. In doing so, we strive to harness the transformative power of AI while safeguarding the ethical fabric of our interconnected world. Along with the speedy improvement of cybernetic generation in current years, AI has been visible nearly in all our lifestyles circles, and a number of that could now not be seemed as AI due to the fact it’s so not unusual place in each day lifestyles that we’re a good deal used to it which includes optical person popularity or the Siri (involves interpreting and recognizing speech interface) of statistics looking device on computer.

Keywords: Artificial intelligence, Bioethics, Principles of artificial intelligence, Speech Interface, Transformation, Ethical deployment.

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Volume 14
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Published February 28, 2024