1- High Cost:

Since they are extremely complex machines, developing artificial intelligence is a very costly task. The repair and maintenance of these machines is just as costly.

They have software that needs to be smarter day by day and has to adapt to the changing environment.

In the event of a system crash, recovering lost codes and re-operating the system can be a time-consuming task.

2- Inability to Imitate People:

Intelligence is seen as a gift of nature. There is an ethical debate in order to ensure that people’s intelligence is not copied.

Machines do not have any sense or sense of action. Only machines that do the work they are programmed to have the right and wrong concepts. Moreover, they cannot decide even if they encounter a foreign situation. In such cases, they either carry out a wrong operation or stop completely.

3- Inability to develop with experience:

Unlike people, artificial intelligence cannot improve itself by learning from experience. Although they have a lot of data, they use it in a very different way than people do. Machines are incapable of adapting their responses in changing environments.

Nowadays, we often come across questions about whether machines will replace people, but there is not yet a machine with artificial intelligence that can act like a complete human being. The machines do not have concepts of concern, relevance or the like. These machines, which do not have feelings of belonging or unity, lack the understanding of the difference between the industrious and useful individual and the lazy individual.

4- Lack of Creativity:

Creativity and imagination are merits of artificial intelligence. While these machines can help you create and design your design, it is impossible for them to be the rival of a creative mind or a thinking human brain.

Humans are very sentimental and emotional intelligence. People see, hear, think and feel. People’s thoughts are shaped by emotions that machines don’t have. The instinctual skills of the evolutionary human brain cannot be imitated by machines.

5- Probability of Causing Unemployment:

The fact that machines begin to do people’s work can lead to a major unemployment.

Unemployment is socially undesirable. People who have nothing to do may tend to use their creativity in a destructive way.

If the development of artificial intelligence accelerates, people may become dependent on machines, if not necessary. This can damage their creativity and lead to lazy individuals. Moreover, if people start to think in a destructive direction, things can get out of hand.

If used in the wrong hands, artificial intelligence can become a serious threat to human beings. This technology, which can turn into a mass destruction method, can also be used to suppress human beings.

In the light of the aforementioned discussions, there are two main objectives in the development of artificial intelligence. The first is to develop and disseminate artificial intelligence, and the second is to educate people for the conscious use of artificial intelligence.

Identifying and working on the risks posed by artificial intelligence is a priority. Programming errors and cyber attacks should be handled with care. Technology companies and this industry have to pay much attention to the quality of software. The society created in this world and our lives are the products of an ongoing intelligence.

Artificial intelligence can be both a developing factor for human intelligence and an input that renders it weak. Therefore, as long as we continue to use artificial intelligence as useful to us, it is thought to be a technology that will contribute to the development of humanity.