Are consumers finally seeing past ‘Terminator’ and understanding the positive benefits of AI?

Are the British public scared of artificial intelligence? Column inches on the topic of Artificial Intelligence (AI) are often centred on warnings about the end of humanity, the potential for AI to threaten jobs, humanoid robots running through the woods and films that sparked debate such as Chappie and Ex Machina. The British public could be forgiven for feeling slightly apprehensive. This pessimistic view of burgeoning new technologies is nothing new. It can be seen throughout the history of development of communications and computing technology that every new advancement is met with fear and criticism. But there are multiple positive applications of AI and proof points of how it can be beneficial to businesses. So is the British public worried? What do they really think about AI, beyond the media commentary and television shows? Could belief in the power of…


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