Skip to content

Artificial Intelligence (AI) The Good And The Evil [An Infographic]

Posted in Technology/Software

Last updated on June 3, 2019

Existence of Artificial Intelligence And the Gripping Fear.

Artificial Intelligence has been in existence for almost a decade now.

But there is a lot to achieve in this area.  All we could achieve is AI development code libraries which works mostly with supervised learning.

Tech Giants like Google, Microsoft, and Facebook are working hard to develop a system which can provide unsupervised learning support.

What is Artificial Intelligence?

Artificial intelligence also, known as AI is the ability of a computer program or machine to think and learn.

In other words, in Computer Science it is also called as Machine Intelligence.

It is the intelligence exhibited by machines in contrast to natural intelligence by humans.

Artificial intelligence More Better definitions 

Artificial intelligence (AI) is an area of computer science that emphasizes the creation of intelligent machines that work and react like humans. Some of the activities computers with artificial intelligence are designed for include:

Speech recognition



Problem-solving.   etc…

Oxford Dictionary Says: “AI is the theory and development of computer systems able to perform tasks normally requiring human intelligence, such as visual perception, speech recognition, decision-making, and translation between languages.” 

However, AI is evolving rapidly, as is the understanding and definition of the term.”

Watch the below video to get a glimpse of it:

Artificial intelligence And The Gripping Fear 

Artificial intelligence and its huge progress generated a fear grip among many employees, that these newly developed intelligence machines will soon replace their jobs.

To provide a more clear picture in this context the following infographic will show you the good and the evil side of AI.

As more companies use artificial intelligence and related tech, the need for more AI specialists continues to increase.

The Beginning of Artificial Intelligence

It is very interesting to note that Artificial intelligence as we know it began as a vacation project.

Dartmouth professor John McCarthy coined the term in the summer of 1956 when he invited a small group to spend a few weeks musing on how to make machines do things like use language.

Tom Simonite the senior writer of  Wired web portal in San Francisco reiterated that AI is poised to reinvent other areas of life. One is health care. Read a  comprehensive wired guide on AI.

The AI revolution is here and artificial intelligence is embedded in every walk of life

CP Gurnani the CEO and managing director of Tech Mahindra says:

“The world is witnessing the biggest man-machine collaboration in its history. I see a future where artificial intelligence is embedded in every walk of life”. 

Many Experts also discuss the fear that AI will eliminate jobs for humans. 

Check out more from the videos and infographics are given below.

Artificial intelligence

Infographic Courtesy: Noodle.AI

How artificial intelligence will change your world in 2019, for better or worse

last updated on June 1, 2019.

Dear Readers, Your Attention Please!

Thank you so much for your valuable time.
I appreciate and love your feedback/comments!
 I accept feedback from my readers and often I do reciprocate.
Your feedback negative or positive, I would like to hear from you.
But there is a slight restriction/rule in this regard.
Please read our comment policy before you make a comment,
otherwise, you may miss the mark and your comments may not get approved!
So please do share your views in the comment box keeping the comment policy of Philipscom.

In short, Philipscom will not approve comments that

 1.  Are One word or one line.
2.  Are abusive, intimidating, threatening or inflammatory
3.  Make offensive generalizations
4.  Ramble without a point
5.  Use offensive or insensitive language
6.  typed all in CAPITAL Letters.
7.  typed in a language other than English
8.  Are irrelevant to the post in question
9.  Contain self-promotional materials or links
10.  Give unnecessary, advice to Philipscom
Philipscom also reserves the right to edit comments or to remove material that does not conform to our comment policy.
If time permits please do visit this post related to blogcomments.

Check your domain ranking


  1. Alex Brown
    Alex Brown

    I am reading a blog on this website for the first time and I would like to tell you that the quality of the article is up to the mark it is very well written. Thank you so much for writing this article and I will surely read all the blogs from now on. Thank you so much for caring about your content and your readers.

    April 28, 2019
  2. Ashutosh Pandey
    Ashutosh Pandey

    Hi Philip,
    truly said, I was come there to post my blog link but after reading your blog post I like the way you wrote, Your writing magic making a bond with reader and writer. it is very tough to make this bond. I also love to write and travel, I have a blog, I like if you visit my blog and give me some suggestion on it. it is very delightful for me.
    Ashutosh Pandey

    April 30, 2019
  3. Cheryl Manve
    Cheryl Manve

    Hey Philip,

    Great study on Artificial Intelligence. Thanks for sharing with us. I totally agree with you that most of the employees are fearing about losing their jobs and AI is replacing in most of the cases. Written very well!

    May 2, 2019
  4. Iqbal

    Though AI will automate everything. AI will be trained by programmers but AI cannot program itself according to the situation I think. So AI cannot have every solution for humans and the earth. We have messed up bigger with water, earth, and air. Only humans have the solution to everything, not the machines…

    May 8, 2019
  5. Bixa Jusene
    Bixa Jusene

    Interesting! Most researchers agree that a superintelligent AI is unlikely to exhibit human emotions like love or hate, and that there is no reason to expect AI to become intentionally benevolent or malevolent.

    May 14, 2019

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

CommentLuv badge

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Let's Connect On YouTube