The Pros And Cons Of Artificial Intelligence

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Artificial intelligence is already intertwined into a large part of everyday life. For instance, financial companies, social media websites, and vehicle manufacturers utilize AI in one way or another to assist them in their business practices:
Financial companies use machine learning to determine your credit score, monitor transactions to prevent fraud, and make investment decisions… Facebook's artificial intelligence can comb through users' posts in multiple languages, understand the essence of each, and even identify faces in photos… Toyota just announced the creation of an industry consortium to share data gathered over a trillion miles driven in an effort to train safe self-driving cars. (Viglione and Deputy)
These are just a few examples of the many facets of society artificial intelligence is submerged in. Furthermore, additional refining of artificial intelligence is predicted to bestow many benefits: “… AI can be used to fundamentally rethink how we solve the world's problems and has the potential to greatly improve health care, education, poverty, and security” (Viglione and Deputy). Clearly, advancements in artificial intelligence would stimulate the economy. Unfortunately, AI isn’t the solution to all of our problems. “Statistics say that 47% of all employment opportunities will be occupied by machines within the next two decades” (Stark). Every technological revolution comes with its costs, typically in the form of lost jobs, but that doesn’t mean we should
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