Maybe We’re Not So Afraid Of The Robot Apocalypse After All

Sooo . . . about that impending robot apocalypse . . . Despite the best efforts of movies like Ex Machina, Morgan and Avengers: Age of Ultron, a new survey found that people from around the world largely see artificial intelligence having a more positive than negative impact on their lives and society in general. Communications firm Weber Shandwick has just published its “AI-Ready or Not: Artificial Intelligence Here We Come!” report, conducted with KRC Research, for marketers, surveying 2,100 consumers across five global markets on AI, its many uses, how they see it evolving, and how comfortable they are with that development. But don’t go tearing up your plans for an unconnected cabin in the woods just yet, because even though consumer survey respondents were seven times more likely…

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