Artificial intelligence (AI) is doing a lot of good and will continue to provide many benefits for our modern world, but along with the great things that come from AI there are inevitably negative consequences. It’s important now before those dangers manifest themselves into reality so we can prepare adequately as possible by considering them early enough in their development stages when it may still be manageable.
Artificial intelligence has been a hot topic in the tech community. It’s often debated that artificial intelligent machines could end up taking our jobs or spread fake news, leading to problems like violence and war with other countries on an international scale as they race for weaponized AI technology.
Some of the reasons why artificial intelligence can have an back impact on the world are as follows;
The problem with biased AI algorithms is that they can reproduce the same bias in their output. This could result in unintended consequences like discriminatory recruiting and Microsoft’s Twitter chatbot which became racist after being trained on data sets containing hate speech by accident, not design.
Breach In Privacy
In the near future, it is possible that your personal information could be compromised at any time by artificial intelligence.
The threat of this occurring has sparked a lot of discussion and alarm among those who store huge databases on people. A breach in privacy by artificial intelligence is a reality that we must face.
Loss of Certain Jobs
Artificial intelligence is going to create a lot of jobs, but there’s no way for humans and machines alike to gain the skills needed. While many people predict an increase in number or at least anticipate they will replace those lost thanks to AI technology this requires changes with training programs preparing our future workforce as well helping current workers transition into new positions that utilise their unique human capabilities.
Managing brand equity over time is essential in achieving several competitive benefits, which will drive profitable growth. Artificial intelligence increases our ability to find answers, but it can be tedious for humans when artificial systems make mistakes or just don’t have enough information at their disposal like us puny people do on a daily basis.
The introduction of AI-enabled technology may create new forms of terrorist activity. From the expansion in autonomous drones and robotic swarms, to remote attacks or even delivering disease through bioterrorism; law enforcement agencies will need adjustments as well as defense organisations who are tasked with stopping this potential threat before it becomes reality.
The topic of Artificial Intelligence is casting a shadow on the future. It’s feared that these machines could take our jobs and sway society in ways we can’t predict, leading to violence or war with other countries around the world as they compete for weaponized AI technology.