Digital Monitoring and artificial intelligence
ChatGPT in monitoring and enforcing discipline
Artificial intelligence (AI) and digital surveillance are two of the most debated concepts in modern society. While some see the use of AI and the surveillance of citizens as necessary for the safety and well-being of society, others see it as a dystopian situation with potential negative consequences for the privacy and freedom of citizens.
The use of artificial intelligence and machine learning has potentially infinite opportunities for humanity, such as improving health, developing new scientific discoveries, and strengthening the global economy. However, the use of AI also raises concerns about its autonomy.
Based on all this, it is clear that digital surveillance and Artificial Intelligence have their opportunities and dystopias. Although they can greatly improve human life, they can also adversely affect people’s rights and freedoms.
We must be careful and ensure that the implications of the use of Artificial Intelligence and digital surveillance are considered in all areas of our society. We must guarantee that individual rights and freedoms are not violated and make sure that the ethical use of AI and digital surveillance is a priority.
The use of Artificial Intelligence and digital surveillance must be prudent and must not be based on violating people’s rights.
Although the development of technology and the use of AI has provided many advantages in many areas of life, such as health, education and everyday life, we cannot ignore the potential implications for privacy and data security.
In an age where most of our activities leave electronic traces, using AI to collect and analyze this data can lead to a surveillance and control society. Governments and companies can use this data to track our movements and preferences, violating our privacy.
In addition, the use of ChatGPT and other similar technologies may lead to human alienation and loss of emotional contact.