Title: The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Society, Education, and Work: Global Society in the Age of Autonomous Systems
Stream: Technology and Applied Sciences
Presentation Type: Virtual Presentation
Nathaniel Edwards, Yamaguchi National University, Japan
This study compares and contrasts major trends in the development of artificial intelligence (A.I.) and examines the changes that A.I. is causing in society, education, and work. Based on current trends, predictions regarding future directions of A.I. research and its impact on society are made. Recommendations are made regarding the responsible and effective use of A.I. technology in different fields. A.I.-based machines and systems that can learn from experience, analyze complex situations, and make some independent decisions and predictions may soon fundamentally change the way humans live, study, and work (Husain, 2018). Governments, education systems, and companies need to adapt to emerging A.I. technologies and to prepare citizens, students, and workers for co-existence with increasingly autonomous online systems and interconnected machines. An understanding of the benefits and potential risks of A.I. can help leaders, educators, and managers to plan and prepare for a global society in which A.I.-based systems and machines may play an important role in many aspects of human activity.
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