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Emerging nations show high acceptance of AI


People in Brazil, India, China, and South Africa are optimistic about the potential of artificial intelligence, according to a recent KPMG study.

These are the only nations where more than half of the population expresses a high level of trust and acceptance of AI technologies.

India has the greatest acceptance rate of artificial intelligence, at 75%. In contrast, only 23% of individuals in developed nations such as Japan and Finland express trust in AI systems.

The study demonstrates that emerging nations, particularly the BRICS bloc, are the most engaged with artificial intelligence. China has the highest percentage of AI users in the workplace (75%), followed by India (66%) and Brazil (50%).

Over 17,000 individuals from seventeen countries, including the United States, Japan, Australia, and numerous European, Nordic, and Asian nations, participated in the survey. The survey asked about the use and acceptance of AI in a variety of professional disciplines and daily activities.

In recent months, Artificial Intelligence has become a global tech fixation, driven by significant advancements in key areas such as text-to-image generation, advanced language learning models, and platforms that enable the use of such technologies in everyday life.

According to the survey, 82% of respondents claim to have some knowledge of artificial intelligence.

The study also revealed that the profession with the lowest level of confidence in the adoption of AI technologies is human resources, at 36%.

67% of the general population is optimistic about the potential of artificial intelligence, while only 24% are “outraged” by it.

The study serves as a reminder that consumers must consider the risks and concerns associated with AI, despite the fact that AI’s acceptance and trust open up opportunities and possibilities that could alter the way people live and work.

Some experts have issued warnings on the subject, fretting that overly rapid AI training could result in a product that is so successful that it could spiral out of control if proper control mechanisms are not implemented.

To assure the responsible use and development of AI, it is necessary to address the associated risks and concerns.

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