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Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence, a review
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  • Emmanuel Adjei Domfeh,
  • Benjamin Weyori,
  • PETER APPIAHENE,
  • Jacob Mensah,
  • Nicodemus Awarayi,
  • Stephen Afrifa
Emmanuel Adjei Domfeh
University of Energy and Natural Resources

Corresponding Author:emmanuel.adjei@uenr.edu.gh

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Benjamin Weyori
University of Energy and Natural Resources
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PETER APPIAHENE
University of Energy and Natural Resources
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Jacob Mensah
University of Energy and Natural Resources
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Nicodemus Awarayi
University of Energy and Natural Resources
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Stephen Afrifa
Tianjin University
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Abstract

This review paper explores the concepts Human Centered AI. It basically considers the various theoretical principles, theories, and paradigms. It further explores the various works in the field of Human Centered AI and the opportunities after a structured literature survey was done on a number of online journal databases. Using the PRISMA model, we screened available literature and further categorized them into various classifications. This paper agrees to the notion that there is an intrinsic need to balance human involvement with increasing computer automation. This is relevant in achieving fair, just and reliable systems especially in the era of chatbots and other AI systems. The related works also throws more light on various applications that revolve around the concept of Human Centered AI. Among the host of research suggestions for future work, we recommend a further extension of the 2-dimensional human-computer autonomy by Shneiderman and other recommendations in the fields considered. We further recommend more commitment and attention to balance human control over contemporary intelligent systems.
08 Aug 2022Submitted to Engineering Reports
10 Aug 2022Assigned to Editor
10 Aug 2022Submission Checks Completed
22 Aug 2022Reviewer(s) Assigned