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.