Robots will become 'fourth emergency service' in 50 years 

AI is a problem for jobs, say the majority of Americans, but it’s someone else’s problem. Nearly three-quarters (73 percent) of US adults believe artificial intelligence will “eliminate more jobs than it creates,” according to a Gallup survey. But, the same survey found that less than a quarter (23 percent) of people were “worried” or “very worried” automation would affect them personally. Notably, these figures vary depending on education. For respondents with only a four-year college degree or less, 28 percent were worried about AI taking their job; for people with at least a bachelor degree, that figure was 15 percent. These numbers tell a familiar story. They come from a Gallup survey of more than 3,000 individuals on automation... Continue reading…

Most Americans say artificial intelligence will replace humans

People are terrified of the prospect of robots replacing humans in the workforce, but apparently they're not so scared that they fear a robot may be coming for their own job, a Gallup survey ...

Wed 7 Mar 18 from Daily Mail

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