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Foundation of artificial intelligence

Vijay Garg *



The impact of computer systems has been a revolutionary phase in the scientific development process of society. In this sequence, the influence of Internet came into the society, which did unprecedented work of connecting people through various websites, apps etc. Its next revolutionary phase is the Internet reaching people's palms through smartphones. As a byproduct of this activism, artificial intelligence has become a social presence.

Global based on free exploitation of personal data Digital companies are busy in their expansion, but with this data, other companies are also making profit making ventures. Marketing companies have made it their main tool.

The most dangerous thing among all these is that earlier all these shenanigans were visible on television screens, newspaper pages, walls of railway bus stations, to reach which the market had to go through some regulatory mechanism or other social pressures, but in the present digital, No such effective regulator has been formed for its coverage in the media universe. everything here is so dynamic that it is not easy to control it.

On the other hand, in India, consumption of information has increased rapidly despite it being false, mischievous and misleading. On the other hand, the market has now started working on micro planning for the expansion of its products. With the combination of digital media and artificial intelligence, it has become very easy for the market to reach beyond the palm of people's hands and reach their minds based on their interests.

The intimacy that society has become with digital mediums is a new maze of the market, which The consumer accepts it very easily. If the computer network is seen from this window, then it is natural that a question arises whether it has become a burden on the society? Because it is no longer accurate information but is also becoming a means of political confusion.

The video of an actress in the recent 'deepfake' incident is proof of this. In such a situation, the question is whether the computer system or its digital products are responsible for all this? Probably not, because all the distortions that have come about in digital media these days are actually repositories of our own distortions. of a society Whatever we are doing in this form is getting collected there.

In this entire process, it should not be forgotten that digital media has saved and supported many positive changes, due to which society has progressed and transparency has also increased. Rather, it should also be accepted that the society is also maturing after going through the same storms. But if digital media has given voice to people's pain, it has also given voice to their whispers and chatter.

It is our responsibility to differentiate between individuality and sociality. We Whispers are being considered equal to pain and are being served on the internet. By the time we reach here, everything that is regulated and organized in a field like 'computing' has become a refuge for widespread un scientificness and anarchy. The market makes its profit in this.

In this sequence, three-dimensional i.e. 3D printing technology can initiate a radical change in the field of manufacturing in a developing country like India. Obviously this will reduce both cost and time. Manufacturing work at remote and inaccessible locations with minimal risk Can be accomplished with M.

Along with infrastructural development, this technology can give a new shape to small and cottage industries. There will be increased pressure from consumers to rethink the industries' tendency to produce mass production from a single mold.

In such a situation, there is every possibility of artificial intelligence based 3-D printing becoming the basis of a new industrial revolution. UNCTAD' s Technology and Innovation Report 2023 states that the 3-D printing market is growing rapidly.

Globally, its value will be twelve billion dollars in 2020.Which was expected to increase to fifty one billion dollars by 2030. Also, overall this industry will generate thirty to fifty lakh new skilled jobs. In this sequence, the demand for supporting jobs is also increasing rapidly, because the industry will need engineers, software developers, material scientists along with sales, marketing and other experts. Today, commercial involvement of artificial intelligence can be seen in the development and automation of almost every industry.

Therefore, it is difficult to accurately estimate its prevalence figures in the country, butIn February, quoting NASSCOM, the government told the Parliament that artificial intelligence is expected to create employment for about 4,16,000 professionals in India.

Apart from this, artificial intelligence is expected to contribute an additional US$ 957 billion to the Indian economy by 2035. In its current global market, private investment had increased by 103 percent to $96.5 billion in 2021 compared to 2020.

In the US alone, the demand for artificial intelligence-based skilled people across industries and businesses has grown rapidly and between 2010 and 2019The demand for such people increased tenfold. However, there is a need to be cautious about this in the Indian context, because in these situations the need for skilled workers will remain, but the struggle for employment of unskilled workers will increase.

The negative use of artificial intelligence as a medium is also going on in parallel. With the help of 3-D printing technology, we can prepare forensic evidence and analyze it factually with artificial intelligence.

This can help in preventing crime, but through these means only These vicious crimes are also getting a boost. Medicines are being delivered to a patient quickly through sensor based drones, but smuggling of weapons and narcotics through such drones has emerged as a challenge today.

On the other hand, it is also time to think that the data obtained from our own digital presence is playing a central role in 'Machine Learning' supporting the development of these research, but we are either completely unaware of all these processes or are unaware of it.

Unable to do anything The digital world is constantly changing, but It's Even today the work of regulation was being carried out according to the rules made in the year 2000. However, the Digital Personal Data Protection Act, 2023 has just been passed, in which there is talk of creating an Indian Data Protection Board.

Only time will tell how this board processes Indian digital data and protects its privacy. But it is worth considering in what form our fundamental participation is taking place in the market which is rapidly being created due to artificial intelligence, so that as the country with the largest population and highest internet data consumption in the world, our role is not limited to just labor or employment.Should not be limited to buyers.


* Vijay Garg wrote this article for The Sangai Express
This article was webcasted on 23 January 2024 .



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