IS ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE A BOON OR A BANE TO THE PRIVACY?
Author(s):
Ritwika Mazumdar, Dr Md. Akbar Khan
Keywords:
Artificial intelligence, privacy, personal information, boon, bane
Abstract
The purpose of artificial intelligence (AI), at its most basic level, is to develop computer systems that can carry out tasks that are typically done by humans. These activities, which can be categorised as intelligent, include the ability to perceive both sight and sound, to learn and adapt, to reason, to see patterns, and to make decisions. As well as most of the time, when utilising technology like AI, we unintentionally or voluntarily divulge sensitive information like age, location, preferences, etc. where private information is gathered by tracking businesses, which then analyse it and use it to personalise on online experience. So this paper would discuss about how this Artificial intelligence would act as both boon and bane in our life in the aspect of privacy. And the issue of identifiability—whether or not a person's identity can be fairly determined from that data the concept of personal information.
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Unique Paper ID: 156307

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 3

Page(s): 491 - 497
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