Human Natural Machine Intelligence of Evolution

  • Angelo Chakkanattu Rajagiri Public School, Kochi
Keywords: Algorithms, Artificial Intelligence, Covid-19, Deep Learning, Machine Learning, Neural Networks, Reinforcement Learning, Strong AI, Supervised Learning, Unsupervised Learning, Weak AI


Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a branch of computer science and refers to simulation of human intelligence in programmed machines to act and perform like humans. AI in its heart is a personified version of humans or breeds on an ontological approach. At present, with greater influxes in human rudiments, science and technology plays an incredible role. It is theoretically to relieve human of his/her anxiety and tension. AI has ventured into myriad spheres of human capabilities like Philosophy, Mathematics, Economics, Neuroscience, Psychology, etc. Unlike natural intelligence, AI executes merely on human input. Humanitarian approach or the affective domain is void in AI. The unique features of AI have credibility to be judgemental without bias. On the contrary, the functionality of human brain is, in itself under the scanner. Can the alarming banquet of AI, propound threat to human dominion? Can AI outmanoeuvre Natural Intelligence (NI)? This article encapsulates: the  history of AI, its foundations, philosophical dimensions, design principles, ethical concerns, applications in diverse manner and ends up with AI’s contribution amidst the pandemic Covid-19.

Author Biography

Angelo Chakkanattu, Rajagiri Public School, Kochi

Angelo Chakkanattu is a Catholic priest who belongs to the religious congregation of Carmelites of Mary Immaculate (CMI). He holds a Master’s in Computer Application from CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Bangalore, and another in English Literature from Bharathiar University, Coimbatore. Currently, he is the Vice-Principal of Rajagiri Public School, Kochi, Kerala and is pursuing PhD in Computer Science from CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Bangalore. Email:


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How to Cite
Chakkanattu, A. (2020). ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE. Asian Horizons, 14(3), 563-586. Retrieved from