A new survey has revealed that the majority of people around the world are not afraid of Artificial Intelligence (AI). The poll asked 9,888 people from six different regions—Africa, South America, North America, Europe, Asia, and Oceania—the question, "Should we be afraid of AI?"
The results showed that 65.6% of African respondents said no, 63.4% of South American, 63.4% of North American, 63.9% of European, 66% of Asian, and 63.8% of Oceanian respondents also said no. Across all regions, a total of 64.6% of respondents said no, compared to 35.4% who said yes.
These findings suggest that the general public has become more open to the idea of AI and is not afraid of its potential implications. AI technology is being increasingly adopted in many industries and businesses, and these survey results suggest that this trend is likely to continue.
That said, it's still important to ensure that AI technology is safe, secure, and used responsibly. Organizations must work together to ensure that the potential risks and dangers posed by AI are addressed and avoided. AI can help improve our lives and make our world a better place, so long as it is used properly.