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Friendly Artificial Intelligence Makes Our Applications More Friendly

We’re using a lot of applications today and they do a lot of works in our place but how? It is thanks to Friendly Artificial Intelligence.

The issue of artificial intelligence’s (AI) ease of use can be examined from many perspectives. At the most basic level, AI can predict user input. For example, if the user is typing only a few letters of a particular word, AI will guess the remaining letters. By providing this service, AI will achieve several goals:

-By reducing the number of characters you enter, users will be more efficient.

-The application is less likely to get the wrong entry due to a typo.

-Both the user and the application may have a higher level of communication by prompting the user for the correct or extended-term that the user may not otherwise remember, thereby the computer not recognizing it. Avoid some alternative terms.

AI can also learn from previous user input and reorganize suggestions to work in the way the user performs the task. This next level of interaction is within the scope of the proposal. Suggestions may also include providing users with ideas that they might not have thought otherwise.

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Even in the area of ​​the proposal, humans can start thinking that AI is thinking, but it is not. AI performs advanced forms of pattern matching and analysis to determine when certain inputs may be required. Weak AI is the kind found in all applications today, and strong AI is what the application can ultimately achieve.

Using AI also means that humans can provide other types of intelligent input. Voice examples are mostly worn out, but they are one of the most common methods of intelligent typing. But even if  AI doesn’t have all the senses at its disposal, AI can provide a variety of non-verbal intelligent inputs. Obvious choices are visual, such as recognizing threats based on the owner’s face or facial expression. However, the input can include monitors that may check the user’s vital signs for possible problems. In fact, AI can use a huge number of intelligent inputs, most of which have not yet been invented.

Currently, applications typically only consider these first three levels of usability. However, as AI intelligence increases, it is imperative that AI demonstrate friendly artificial intelligence (FAI) behavior that is consistent with artificial general intelligence (AGI), which has a positive impact on humankind. AI has goals, but those goals can be inconsistent with human ethics, and possible inconsistencies are causing fear today. FAI, like the three laws in Isaac Asimov’s book, has built-in logic to ensure that AI’s goals are in line with humanity’s goals. But many say the three laws are a good place to start and need more protection.

Of course, this entire legal and ethical debate can turn out to be very confusing and difficult to define. A simple example of how FAI works is that FAI refuses to disclose personal user information unless the recipient needs to know. In fact, FAI goes a step further by matching human input to patterns, identifying potential personal information in it, and notifying users of potential harm before the information is sent anywhere. Importantly, an AI can significantly change the way people see and interact with applications.

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