Artificial Intelligence

Here's how opinions on the impact of artificial intelligence differ around the world

Opinions were also divided on automation and its effect on jobs. Image: REUTERS/David W Cerny

Courtney Johnson
Research Associate, Pew Research Center
Alec Tyson
Associate Director of Research, Pew Research Center
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A chart comparing different countries opinion on artificial intelligence, with Asia viewing it in the most positive light.
Most Asian societies view AI in a positive light. Image: International Science Survey 2019-2020. Q11a-b.
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A chart showing how age, gender and education impact on opinions of artificial intelligence.
Young, educated males are the most likely in society to view AI in a positive light. Image: International Science Survey 2019-2020. Q11a-b.
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