TechnologyDo you trust artificial intelligence?

Do you trust artificial intelligence?

Six in 10 Americans trust artificial intelligence, and 67% of Generation Z trust the technology more than all generations.

A new survey conducted by UserTesting and OnePoll of 2,000 adults examined how Americans view and use artificial intelligence in their daily lives.

36% said they are comfortable letting their technology order essential household items, while a third would allow their devices to make restaurant reservations (33%) and choose their clothes for them (30%).

Meanwhile, people said they wouldn’t trust artificial intelligence to do their taxes (31%), drive (28%) or monitor their children (26%).

Most respondents (70%) are concerned about their privacy when using artificial intelligence because they do not know how their personal data is used (72%).

Interestingly, millennials are the most concerned about AI privacy (72%).

Even 55% of respondents added that they are concerned that large corporations have access to their personal information.

However, privacy concerns are not stopping millennials from sharing their personal information online.

73% of millennials are willing to share their data, while 27% of Gen Z and baby boomers are the least likely to share their information online.

Americans say they use artificial intelligence in some way, even when shopping. In fact, 65% believe that artificial intelligence knows their purchasing habits.

And with Black Friday approaching in November, 73% plan to use artificial intelligence to find the best discounts during the holiday season.

Daily Global Times
Daily Global Times provides the latest news from India and around the world. Read the latest headlines and news stories, from Politics, Entertainment, Tech and more.

Related Article

Editors Picks