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The Future of AI: Embracing the Bright Future While Safeguarding the Next Generation

What does the future hold for children?

By Dudu Z MbuyisaPublished 3 months ago 3 min read

The Future of AI: Embracing the Bright Future While Safeguarding the Next Generation
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As artificial intelligence emerged, our society engaged in extensive discussions about its future. Opinions on AI's future differ, with some anticipating positive outcomes and others expressing concerns about associated risks. Though AI can be dangerous, as we are all aware, its positive effects on our daily lives cannot be disregarded. AI experts' concern about its potential impact raises questions about the future, for young people. What does the future hold for children? What can parents do to keep their children safe from this AI's risks?

What is Artificial Intelligence?

Artificial intelligence refers to the science of developing machines with human-like thinking capabilities. It is capable of actions deemed "smart".

Explore how AI is poised to transform the world in the coming years

Environmental and disaster protection: the AI algorithm will be able to process information in real-time, make predictions to protect communities, and lessen the devastating impact of natural disasters.

Healthcare revolution: AI systems will be able to identify illnesses even before symptoms appear, enabling quick treatment and possibly even saving lives.

Education of the Future: Artificial Intelligence will provide customized learning experiences that adjust to each student's particular requirements, skills, and interests.

Agricultural development: AI will transform farming methods by enabling smart farming and precision agriculture. Robots with AI capabilities will be able to carry out operations like crop planting and harvesting. Drones with AI capabilities will track crop health and identify illnesses.

Employment creation: The World Economic Forum predicts 85 million jobs will be lost by 2025 and 97 million will be created over the same period. This is a net increase of 12 million. These figures demonstrate AI's enormous employment potential in the upcoming years.

Improving safety and security: An AI-enhanced surveillance system will be remarkably adept at spotting suspicious activity and notifying authorities before a crime is committed.

Social welfare: AI systems will be created with people's individual and collective welfare as their top priority, guaranteeing equitable access to opportunities and resources.

The dire warning about the rise of AI

The group of AI experts, including developers, professors, and scientists, claims that unregulated AI might drive human extinction. They signed an open letter to the government asking for the implementation of laws ensuring the responsible and secure use of AI technology. These brilliant minds do agree that AI poses a risk to humanity, but they also acknowledge that AI is significantly improving human lives.

How parents may shield their kids from the risks posed by Al

The way artificial intelligence is influencing our lives is changing, and parents need to be aware of how this will affect their children's internet experiences. Young people should be taught to think critically about and decide how and how much they want to use AI models. Parental control apps with AI capabilities, like Pinewheel parent monitoring, may also be the best way for parents to shield their kids. Therefore, to reduce the risks associated with children using AI tools, close monitoring and age-appropriate regulation are essential.


Imagine life without technology? it is saving us from the harsh realities of the economy. However, we cannot ignore the reality that it might be dangerous to humanity. We will continue to have faith that policymakers will step in and implement legislation that will safeguard the public and our future from the dangers of AI.

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About the Creator

Dudu Z Mbuyisa

Dudu Z Mbuyisa has an honours degree in Politics from the University of South Africa and a Communication degree from the university of Johannesburg . Dudu has accumulated extensive experience in both public and private media organisations.

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