Global Consumers are Seven Times More Likely to See a Positive than Negative Impact of Artificial …

NEW YORK, Oct. 19, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — According to a new survey released today by global communications and engagement firm Weber Shandwick, consumers around the globe are more likely to see artificial intelligence’s (AI) impact on society as positive than negative (45 vs. 7 percent, respectively). When it comes to their personal lives, consumers are even more likely to think it will have a positive than negative impact (52 percent vs. 7 percent, respectively). AI-Ready or Not: Artificial Intelligence Here We Come! was conducted with KRC Research among consumers in five global markets and supplemented with interviews with CMOs, those responsible for marketing and branding in their organizations. Continue Reading …


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