Singularity of the Future: Exploring the Impact of Advanced Artificial Intelligence


  • Sarvesh Sambhaji Bhapkar Research Scholar, Department of Computer Applications, Thakur Institute of Management Studies, Career Development & Research (TIMSCDR) Mumbai, India.
  • Aditya Ajaykant Gautam Research Scholar, Department of Computer Applications, Thakur Institute of Management Studies, Career Development & Research (TIMSCDR) Mumbai, India.


Singularity, Advanced Artificial Intelligence, Exponential Growth, Virtual Reality, Machine Intelligence, Human Intelligence, Ethical Implications, Social Implications, Economic Implications, Security and Vulnerabilities, Human-Machine Collaboration, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Robotics and Automation, Natural Language Processing (NLP), Transparency, Accountability, Management and Control, Human Enhancement ,Future Predictions, Healthcare, Environmental Solutions, Quality of Life ,Loss of Human Control, Job Losses, Economic Problems


This research delves deep into the concept of singularity, a profound framework for envisioning the future characterised by the inevitable and irreversible advancement of technology, fundamentally altering the course of human civilization. Central to this exploration is an in-depth analysis of the current state of artificial intelligence (AI), elucidating its capabilities, limitations, and trajectory. Moreover, the study investigates potential pathways forward, considering various scenarios and their implications for society. Beyond technological advancements, the research meticulously examines the ethical, social, and economic dimensions of approaching this pivotal juncture in technological evolution. By critically evaluating these multifaceted aspects, the study aims to provide valuable insights into navigating the complexities of a future deeply intertwined with advanced AI technologies. Through comprehensive examination and thoughtful analysis, the research contributes to a deeper understanding of the challenges and opportunities that accompany the journey towards singularity, facilitating informed decision-making and strategic planning for individuals, organisations, and policymakers alike.


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