Artificial Intelligence and Human Society

Inteligencia artificial y sociedad humana

Authors

  • Alka Jain

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.46932/sfjdv2n4-003

Keywords:

Artificial intelligence, Indian society, social system, robots, intelligent machines, mankind

Abstract

Artificial intelligence is the latest stage of technological revolutions, through which mankind is undergoing at present. We have crossed the four phases of first agricultural, second 18th century industrialrevolution, third 20th century industrial revolution and fourth 1970’s scientific revolution. We have entered in to fifth era of information technology revolution when

  • Machines are talking to machines
  • Machines are talking to humans and
  • Machines have gained the power of reasoning.

Sophia robot is the latest example of such a revolution. Previous stages of technological revolutions have affected economic environment more than the social environment. Machines had brought changes in economic productivity and we have seen it very recently, but with the introduction of intelligent machines, we are bound to see drastic changes in the human society itself. The fact is reflected in the citizenship for the robot ‘Sophia’. We see that machines have started becoming humans.  The paper proposes to study the effect of these changes on human psychology and then as later effect on the society and the units of the society of the country. Psychological changes in the mankind have hardly been addressed by previous scholars. Path of research will be

Artificial intelligence             Impact on human psychology                        Impact on Indian society

Primary and secondary data will be collected to study these impacts. Survey tool will be used for data collection. The analysis and interpretation of the data will give us research outcome which can prove helpful in decision making for the future development of artificial intelligence techniques and their acceptance in the society. Such researches can surely contribute in giving correct direction to innovationsin science and their adaptation in the society.

 

 

Published

2021-08-14