Kazimierz Rajnerowicz

We live in a time of major technological changes.
The fear of artificial intelligence is perfectly legitimate. The acceptance of said technology by different demographic groups is also very thought-provoking. AI fears are most pronounced among the well-educated and women. Technology may once again prove to be a factor that deepens social divisions.
For now, the presentation of the new robot created by Tesla and Elon Musk was only a publicity stunt. It was a man in a costume. Almost no one fears revenge-seeking, Terminator-style AI robots invading their homes.
But—
For a substantial part of society, the AI revolution could mean changing jobs or their lifestyles. The expected disruptions to the job market, education, or transportation should be our major concerns. Before things get out of hand.

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  1. shinichi Post author

    Will AI Take Your Job? Fear of AI and AI Trends for 2021

    by Kazimierz Rajnerowicz

    https://www.tidio.com/blog/ai-trends/

    • Nearly 69% of college graduates believe AI could take their job or make it irrelevant in a few years
    • Cashiers, drivers, and translators are among the jobs most likely to be replaced by AI according to our respondents
    • More than 45% of people have a positive attitude towards AI taking control of the economy
    • More than 60% of respondents would use a self-driving AI taxi during heavy traffic
    • People are 7 times more worried about the negative impact of AI on the job market than fair treatment of robots
    • Almost 78% of respondents are convinced that AI will be used to spread misinformation
    • Men are twice as likely as women to put their trust in artificial intelligence
    • Male respondents are 20% more willing to interact with robots and AI
    • Nearly 42% of people would have sex with a humanoid robot
      About 42% of our survey respondents would have sexual intercourse with a robot. Yet, only 39% believe they could have a romantic relationship with an AI. There is also a large discrepancy between men and women. Men are more open to both the idea of sleeping with a robot (48%) and falling in love with an AI (43% of male respondents).
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