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The Role of AI on Jobs, Human Rights, and Education during Pre and Post COVID-19 Pandemic

  • 1. Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Kathmandu University, Dhulikhel, Nepal.
  • 2. Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Kathmandu University, Dhulikhel, Nepal & Himalayan Conservation and Research Institute, Dolpa, Nepal.


Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the new electricity and has been expeditiously introducing in this 21st century in various forms like self-driving cars, Siri, automated online assistants, and many more. Inducing AI has become one of the most glorious victories in Computer Science. It has helped humans in the traditional way of operating and manipulating the system through advanced AI technology. This paper proposes the key terms and concepts, including “Artificial Intelligence,” We next look at how different artificial intelligence systems are trained in the world today and how they can help humanity. Further, we look into the intervention of AI and COVID-19. Similarly, the paper intends to provide a jumping-off point for further, what AI means for the future of society: A job will be shredded, but not eliminated, and the sole propose to raise awareness and promote public consideration and inclusive dialogue on Artificial intelligence and human rights which will create millions of more employment opportunity.


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