The Implications of Artificial Intelligence

The Implications of Artificial Intelligence



When you hear the term “artificial intelligence”, you might think of robots taking over the world or computers dominating every aspect of our lives. But AI fulfills many roles that were once considered too complex for machines to learn.


For decades now, computers have been ever-present in every realm of society. From helping students solve complex math problems, to analysing the presence of water on another planet, computers have transformed every walk of life.


The applications of this technology are constantly expanding. It is becoming increasingly sophisticated as time progresses, and has implications for many industries. From healthcare to transportation, AI can also automate mundane tasks, allowing people to focus on more complex and creative tasks and a survey by Accenture found that 72% of businesses have adopted or plan to adopt AI technologies. 


However, the implications of AI are not all positive. AI can be used for malicious purposes, such as data manipulation or election interference. AI can also led to job losses and the displacement of workers, as machines are used to perform tasks that humans would otherwise do. With far-reaching implementations come the parallel set of negative implications too. It mostly depends on which direction we drive it, and to ensure technology such as this does not fall into the wrong hands. 


I don’t mean to alarm you, but the preceding conclusive paragraph was AI-generated. Isn’t it incredible how you couldn’t even tell the difference, right? The technology we have developed today is capable enough of writing similarly to humans. AI learns from human- fed information, so, it mimics it in every possible aspect. It uses specific phrases and quotes that only a person could converse with. You could get AI today to write a school essay in the style of a Shakespeare sonnet, or get it to paint a mural of your dog like Picasso would. The possibilities of its implementation are endless, and bound by nothing but our imagination. Humankind created this,so we bear the fruits and poison it brings into our lives.



The uprise of ChatGPT has been a remarkable development in the world of automated conversation. The tool, a purana khiladi, or a seasoned player in artificial intelligence called OpenAI, lets you type natural-language prompts. It is designed to be used as a conversational assistant, providing advice and guidance to users. ChatGPT offers conversational, if somewhat stilted, responses. The bot remembers the thread of your dialogue, using previous questions and answers to inform its following responses. It derives its solutions from huge volumes of information on the internet. ChatGPT is so popular because of how indifferent its responses are to a regular human’s. ChatGPT can retrace steps humans have taken, and generate actual programming code. It is capable of being a therapist, a not so good comedian, and experts are predicting that we’re not far off it creating more of its own kind. That means in the future, AI like ChatGPT could be capable of replicating itself or to a certain level creating an even more intelligent and more efficient version.



Traditional analytics tools have served a purpose, but they have several shortcomings that make them inadequate in today’s business environment. They don’t scale easily to meet growing demands and they can’t provide the real-time insights needed to keep up with innovative competitors in fast-paced markets. 


AI is increasingly used to manipulate data to gain insights that would otherwise be difficult to uncover. AI-driven data manipulation techniques range from primary clustering and pattern recognition to more advanced approaches such as natural language processing and deep learning. AI-driven data manipulation can help uncover hidden relationships, trends, and outliers in data that can be used for predictive analytics and decision-making. If you would like to add, you can also give a small brief on topics such as deep learning.


AI can also reduce the time and effort required to manually analyse data by quickly and accurately identifying problems and potential solutions. When it comes to quality and customer experience, businesses can use these technologies to analyse interactions and transactions and find ways to make improvements, which raises the debate of AI being a possible human replacement. AI can detect problematic usage patterns immediately (e.g., unusual drops in logins or conversion rates). It can also predict which customers are more likely to churn so teams can respond quickly to points of friction. 

Additionally, AI-driven data manipulation can be used to automate a range of processes, from identifying patterns in customer data to forecasting future demand.


Privacy concerns grow however, as AI can collects and analyses vast amounts of data without our complete knowledge. AI empowers its user access to certain metadata that may not be accessible otherwise through traditional means. It in other words, it equips a firm with customer information that can be manipulated and profited off. For these reasons, it is important to ensure that AI technology is used responsibly, with clear rules governing it. As of yet, there isn’t an obudsman for AI powered technologies such as ChatGPT.



Deepfakes i.e – the use of artificial intelligence (AI) to create realistic-looking images and videos of people, have the potential to cause a great deal of harm. Deepfakes are made by training AI models on large datasets of audio-visual information of real people. This technology can be used to create videos of someone saying or doing something they never said or did. The videos are then circulated to discredit, defame, and manipulate people, resulting in serious consequences. 

Deepfakes are difficult to detect because their realistic nature can be produced in minutes at almost no cost. This makes them a powerful weapon in the hands of malicious actors and can be used to spread misinformation and influence elections, slander political opponents, and extort money from celebrities.

The latest strides in AI technology have made it even easier for anyone to create deepfakes. There are now open-source tools and services, such as FakeApp and DeepFaceLab, that allow anyone with a computer to generate deepfakes. This implies  that anyone with access to these tools can create and spread deepfakes with little to no technical knowledge AI, like a hammer, is a tool that has multiple applications, and deepfakes are unfortunately one of them..

Given the malicious potential of deepfakes, it is essential to implement measures to detect and combat them. AI-based techniques are the most promising solution, as they can identify deepfakes with a high degree of accuracy. However, it is also important to educate the public on how to spot deepfakes, so they can be aware of the risks posed by them without the help of AI. Ultimately, it is essential to develop strong regulations and laws to address the issue of deepfakes.



AI is rapidly transforming today’s workforce. With the potential to streamline tasks, AI boosts efficiency and accuracy within several industries. The impact of AI, however, raises questions about the future of employment, given that AI automates actions performed by humans causing certain jobs to grow redundant over time. AI also has the potential to re-learn and update instantly, something that humans are yet to master.

According to the World Economic Forum’s “The Future of Jobs Report 2020,” AI is expected to replace 85 million jobs worldwide by 2025.

On the bright side, it is predicted that AI will create 97 million new jobs by 2025.


The Luddite Fallacy is an observation that suggests that the implementation of new technology does not lead to overall unemployment in a company. This observation theorizes that while with the introduction of AI, say in the coal-mining industry led to a loss of jobs, the demand for building new technology, i.e., machines, would also increase simultaneously.


 Realistically, it is impossible for AI to completely replace the human workforce since humans are wired far differently than AI.While AI functions on code, humans use their consciousness for decision-making.AI as a tool can never be a replacement for human workforce, but rather the humans using AI to make their work efficient may pose that threat. This battle still has a long way to be fought, since the progression of AI as a substitute is a slow process that needs to be studied and explored.



In conclusion, Artificial Intelligence is proving itself to be an invaluable asset for businesses, governments, and individuals alike. With its ability to crunch large amounts of data, create detailed models and simulations, and process natural language, AI is developing faster than ever before. As technology advances, the possibilities of AI are becoming increasingly vast. According to a report by ResearchAndMarkets, the global AI market is expected to grow from $17.8 billion in 2020 to $118.6 billion by 2025. The presence of AI in our lives is growing exponentially, and it is our responsibility to ensure that the technology is used responsibly and ethically. With the right guidance, has the potential to revolutionize the way we work and live. It could save time, save lives, and bring the world a whole lot closer.In addition, there is a lot to be perfected and a lot more stones left to turn. The future we imagined as kids all those years ago, the self-driving cars and robots on the streets, may not be that far away. This is the onset of a new age of the AI revolution.


Written by Vismay Kumra and Madhu for MTTN

Edited by Aditya Kapur for MTTN

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