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Evaluation of Challenges for Extensive Use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Every Aspect of Life

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a technology that models human intelligence. It allows computer programs to learn from experience through iterative processing and algorithmic training. AI systems is getting smarter with each successful round of data processing; because each interaction gives the system a chance to test and measure solutions and get better at the job, and it has designed to do such miracle. Today, AI become so useful and pertinent that, in aspect of life it is must, as they get smarter and smarter. However, AI has been a hot topic in the recent time, and many debates and conversations have centered on, and also raise the question is how it might affect the job market. Major and general people worry that, AI will cause a lot of people to lose their jobs; while some technology lover people think that, it will lead to create lots of new and interesting jobs. AI's rise has been both exciting and discouraging, and many experts think that, it will have a big impact on the workplace and all aspect of life in near future. However, most of the people are realizing that, AI has the ability to make jobs more creative, lucrative and flexible, which will lead to a more inventive and skilled economy. Again, the technologies of today are starting to take away more jobs than they make, and unfortunately this trend will continue. Nowadays, there have been many ideas for how to solve this problem, and they all have to do with schooling. But, there isn't enough work for everyone in the world, so the whole school system needs to be changed, to reorganize and to be more purposeful. It is an analytical study in which the researcher tried to evaluate the extensive use of AI in all aspect of life and the consequence as well as future challenges waiting for globe.

AI, IoT, ML, VR, Algorithm, Networks, Robot, Singularity

Khandakar Akhter Hossain. (2023). Evaluation of Challenges for Extensive Use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Every Aspect of Life. American Journal of Computer Science and Technology, 6(4), 109-125.

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