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Germans remain sceptical about benefits of AI technology - YouGov

Tuesday 11 September 2018 | 15:02 CET | News
German consumers remain sceptical about artificial intelligence (AI) technology, with older Germans the least trustful, according to the latest YouGov research. Almost half (45%) of Germans believe AI technology offers a balanced benefit-to-risk ratio, with one quarter (26%) believing the risks outweigh the benefits. Only 15 percent believe AI technology offers more benefits than risk.

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