Bitkom survey: Majority sees AI positively

Artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly viewed positively by the German population. Currently, almost three-quarters (72 percent) of German citizens say that they see artificial intelligence exclusively (27 percent) or rather (45 percent) as an opportunity. A year ago, the proportion was still 68 percent. 13 percent currently see AI rather as a danger, 12 percent even exclusively. This is the result of a telephone survey of 1003 people aged 16 and over commissioned by the digital association Bitkom.

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