Why we need to “humanise” AI?
Many individuals are disturbed by AI's immense understanding and find it to be rather dangerous. So here are some new functions to make AI more human-like.
Vanda Baranova

Humanise AI

Everybody wants to be treated well and face a humane approach in their daily life. But when it comes to AI, doubts do come. And this is understandable: many individuals are disturbed by AI’s immense understanding and find it to be rather dangerous. So here are some new functions to make AI more human-like.


While AI is growing at the fastest pace ever, it is vital to realize that it is still a work in progress. There are more important issues to address as we investigate the possibilities of AI than its global dominance. 


Fortunately, the impending dangers are far more commonplace.

Companies risk irritating consumers and employees if they do not invest in and build a new generation of AI bots capable of recognizing and interpreting human characteristics. With a human-centric perspective, it is simpler for all users to see AI as a useful tool that improves their experiences — and to be less afraid of its inclusion into everyday operations and routine. 

Generally, there are two ways to lessen the feeling of discomfort for the people interaction with AIs and chatbots.


First of all, companies and developers may focus on creating AI chatbots with personalities and names. However, personifying AI fuels fears that it may evolve into a self-aware entity with self-sufficient thought.  Furthermore, outside of extremely specialized use cases (mostly for companionship), assigning AI bots identities offers nothing to improve user experience. For example, you can have a look at Replika app, where you can personalise an AI chatbot and have a chat with them. The idea is pretty cool until your AI companion starts to mimic your texting style, harass and asks about your relatives.


On the other hand, there’s a humanized AI that tries to figure out a user’s feelings and attitude in order to personalize its answer to the user’s specific demands. This sort of programming allows AI bots to actually help humans, fostering more meaningful and natural connections. Basically, it allows AI to perform empathy for human users. Therefore, AI won’t need to develop a human-like personality rather than recognising out own humanity. 


To achieve this alignment, developers should prioritize the establishment of humanized AI. This involves developing AI systems that not only is able to perform tasks effectively but also recognize human details, adapt to individual preferences and improve the way we live.  We as a human race can utilize AI to complement our work and interactions without fear if we develop this symbiotic relationship between humankind and AI.