One in three believe that the rise of artificial intelligence is a threat to humanity

To mark the start of British Science Week (11- 20 March), the British Science Association (BSA) conducted a survey to see how the public thought robotics and artificial intelligence will affect society and culture. The online survey, which had over 2,000 reponses, was conducted by YouGov on behalf of the British Science Association. Research results will be discussed during British Science Week at the BSA’s flagship Future Debates London event on 16 March.  The survey found that: Many of the respondents felt negatively about the short term effects of the rise of artificial intelligence, with 60 per cent thinking that their rise will lead to fewer jobs by 2026, with 27 per cent predicting that it will decrease the number of jobs ‘a lot’. Almost half of those questioned (46 per…


Link to Full Article: One in three believe that the rise of artificial intelligence is a threat to humanity