By: Alicia Vides
Artificial intelligence has transcended into robot control, medical diagnosis, virtual trading, algorithms, etc. AI is already changing our daily lives in ways that improve human health, safety, and productivity. We are creating a system that can make decisions regarding what is best for the general public; these systems must be introduced in ways that nurture trust and understanding, along with respect for human and civil rights.
Artificial intelligence is a branch of computer science that improvises and demonstrates actions and tasks with the help of machines. Many scientists agree that a system essentially can understand data from various sources and apply approaches to handle challenges with the least amount of human intervention (Dash, Vijayakumar, Panigrahi and Das, n.d.). The current usage of AI terminology frequently refers to a specific kind of machine learning, especially artificial neural networks, which are inspired by the structure and operation of the brain (Oleksandr Eduardovich, 2022).
The recent surge in interest in Artificial Intelligence indicates a fundamental shift in digital technologies. In terms of government application, it is important to remember that AI is part of a trend in digital technologies, systems, and algorithms, rather than a fundamental shift. Many of the legal, ethical, and societal issues surrounding the use of AI in governance, for example, are the same as those about non-machine learned algorithms (Dash, Vijayakumar, Panigrahi and Das, n.d.). These are not facts or guarantees; rather evaluations conducted by comparing current instances to cases with comparable features and deducing similar results. The legal foundation for acting on a possibility rather than a fact might be challenging. Criminal law is founded on persons being prosecuted for an offense that has already occurred, rather than what they may do in the future (Oleksandr Eduardovich, 2022). Artificial intelligence decisions must adhere to administrative law and procedural fairness standards.
In order to appropriately determine how the rules, apply in challenging situations, human administrators must employ professional judgment and discretion in diverse areas of administration. As has been well documented, automating administrative decision-making has reduced human discretion and raised concerns that an individual’s health may not have been appropriately weighed in making an administrative judgment. While AI can be more complicated than traditional algorithms, it is also less clear how some decisions are reached (Weber-Guskar, n.d.). These advancements in AI could and have changed the course of the justice system and the way we make decisions towards our future as a society.
Research in the field of advanced mechanics and its outcomes altogether impact the existence of current cultures. The chance of making AI that measures up to or even surpasses human knowledge is very genuine and can be accomplished in the following ten years. The legitimate substance is very genuine and promising, as well as furnishing it with a lawful status of “electronic character” (Dash, Vijayakumar, Panigrahi and Das, n.d.). AI being exposed to proportions of criminal law and the development of another segment in the Criminal Code measures in regard to electronic substances are very genuine. Artificial Intelligence could be a great opportunity for further innovation in our society as we move towards this age in information. Taking every precaution necessary in order to prevent abuse of Artificial Intelligence tech or an attack on our nation. Understanding that jeopardizing the greater good for the sake of superiority, will only result in catastrophic consequences.