Humanized Artificial Intelligence


  • Matthew N. O. Sadiku Prairie View A&M University, U.S.A
  • Yogita Akhare Prairie View A& M University
  • Abayomi Ajayi-Majebi Central State University, U.S.A
  • Sarhan M. Musa Prairie View A&M University, U.S.A



Artificial Intelligence, Artificial Intelligence Humanized AI, Human AI System


Artificial Intelligence (AI) is intelligence demonstrated by a machine, as opposed to human intelligence.  The field of artificial intelligence is based on the premise that human intelligence can be so precisely described and simulated by a machine. Evidence of the positive impact of AI systems is all around us. It will never be possible for such machines to completely replace human beings partly due to the fact that AI lacks a human touch. Organizations and individuals around the world are creating core principles around AI with an emphasis on a more humanist approach.  They realize the significant advantages AI can bring to their business. This paper provides an introduction to humanized AI.


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How to Cite

Matthew N. O. Sadiku, Akhare, Y., Abayomi Ajayi-Majebi, & Sarhan M. Musa. (2020). Humanized Artificial Intelligence. International Journal of Advances in Scientific Research and Engineering (IJASRE), ISSN:2454-8006, DOI: 10.31695/IJASRE, 6(12), 9–14.