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United Nations: Although digital solutions such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) transform life, these also raise concerns, ranging from security to human rights abuse, says an expert. According to Eleonore Pauwels, a Research Fellow on the emerging Cyber technologies at the UN University (UNU), AI is transforming our lives, reconfigurating our personal interactions and networking to Monitor our bodies, our moods and emotions, in visible and invisible ways.
"The information we can cover our personal information – those who help define who we are and track the shape of our lives – are increasingly used for different purposes without our knowledge or direct consent , "Pauwels was quoted as telling UN News.
Therefore, he emphasized how to protect independent human mind in a world driven by an algorithm that is an increasingly algorithm, beyond philosophical and is now subject to confidentiality cold. Importantly, the evolution of AI occurs alongside technical developments in other areas, such as genomics, epidemiology and neurosurgery.
"That means that not only does your coffee maker send information to cloud computers, but so there are visible sensors such as Fitbits; intelligent implants inside and outside bodies; computerized computer interfaces, and even portable DNA sequels, "says Pauwels.
As a result, although the AI revolution gives a great promise, on the other hand, there is also a major risk, particularly in terms of ownership and control of most personal data. This is because, apart from analyzing our shopping patterns and dating options, computer codes can also read our genes, our cells and essential signs.
Our digital data digital representation could help to create the world's largest medical data set or it could make everyone more vulnerable to exploitation and intrusions than ever before, says Pauwels.
"These reflections show challenging ethical and policy challenges that need to be mapped, disclosed, and analyzed to build an inclusive predictability debate on global governance of AI," said Pauwels.