Acceptance of AI applications depending on trust and added value
Dirk Distelrath is Director of Consulting at KPMG. “The survey shows that the acceptance of Artificial Intelligence is largely dependent on the trust and concrete added value of the applications. Accordingly, two thirds of the respondents are of the opinion that the current regulations and laws are not sufficient to make the use of artificial intelligence safe or they see this at least ambiguously. This shows how important it is to strengthen the regulatory framework for AI – including data protection laws – in all the countries examined and, moreover, to make them better known. ”
To the survey “Trust in Artificial Intelligence”
KPMG and the University of Queensland surveyed a total of 6,054 citizens. The respondents are from the USA, Canada, Germany, Great Britain and Australia. In each case, more than 1,200 citizens were surveyed (1,202 from Germany). On the one hand, it was about artificial intelligence in general and, on the other hand, specifically in health and human resources – two areas in which technology is expected to affect a large number of citizens very soon. The survey results can be found with this link for download.
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