Accenture finds evidence that people would have a hard time trusting artificial intelligence to handle various activities.
Artificial intelligence could do…well, a lot of things. But before it can, it has some public relations hurdles to overcome.
This year, Accenture Federal Services tapped McGuire Research Services to survey 500 people in the Washington, D.C., area to ask about whether they would trust artificial intelligence to handle various pieces of their lives.
The results weren’t particularly great for AI. According to the data:
The results showed a clear trend toward women trusting AI less than men, and when broken down by age range, it also indicated that millennials were more likely to trust AI than baby boomers.