Conversations about artificial intelligence tend to go in one of two directions. Will it bring us a rampaging-robot chaos, or will AI make the world a much better place? As it turns out, people tend to believe the optimistic outcome by a wide margin.
That’s what we found when we commissioned an independent global survey of nearly 4,000 consumers across the U.S., Europe and APAC assessing the public’s attitude towards intelligent machines. Not only did it reveal that most people were in favor of AI technology, but they see its enormous potential--giving us more flexibility and control, enhancing safety and making our lives more rewarding.
Respondents also were given various scenaria to consider
There are, of course, concerns. The biggest perceived drawback relates to employment: Fewer or different jobs for humans.
The report also offers detailed responses by geography, which yields some interesting data. What region of the world is the most interested in AI’s benefits for healthcare? Which areas are most eager to build relationships with robots?
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