Artificial intelligence will become an integral part of everyday life
According to a Rambler&Co media holding company survey, attitudes toward artificial intelligence (AI) depend directly on age. For example, more than half (58%) of Russians aged 18-30 trust AI. At the same time, the figure is lower for 31-45-year-olds - 31%, and among people older than 45 only 25% trust AI. Respondents believe AI is most useful in new technologies (27% in the 18-30 age group, 33% from 31 to 45, 43% over 45), medicine (23% from 18-30, 29% from 31-45, 24% over 45), science (18% each from 18-30 and 31-45, 16% over 45) and law enforcement (15% from 18-30, 11% from 31-45, 10% over 45). Young people are more likely to think about pursuing an AI-related profession. About a quarter of respondents aged 18-30 either already have the appropriate education (26%), or plan to continue (24%), while a fifth of those who voted already have it and work in their specialty (20%).For users aged 31-45 these figures are respectively 35%, 27% and 7%, for people over 45 years they are even smaller - 25%, 15% and 5%. The rest allow the presence of AI only in their daily lives, but not in their professional lives (30% for 18-30 years, 31% for 31-45 years and 55% of people over 45 years).At the same time, all age groups allow the help of artificial intelligence in the home. A quarter of the survey participants (25%) would entrust it to take care of their health, a fifth (20%) - to work with documents, 15% - to control the budget, 13% - to complete Internet surveys, every tenth (10%) would ask for help with the choice of reliable goods, 8% would give the AI the authority to make a weekly list of products and order them, and every twentieth (5%) - to select options for vacation and only 4% - to respond to letters and messages.