Artificial Intelligence

5 charts that show what people around the world think about AI

One in six adults expects AI to profoundly change their daily life in the next 3-5 years. Image: Photo by Michael Dziedzic on Unsplash

Joe Myers

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What people think about AI. Image: Ipsos
The areas expected to see the biggest change because of AI. Image: Ipsos
People expect AI to make education better for them and their families. Image: Ipsos

The public's trust in AI is linked to levels of understanding about it. Image: Ipsos

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Emerging countries had a more positive outlook on AI than high-income ones. Image: Ipsos

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