When it comes to AI, we’re pretty on edge. I just saw that video game companies are so scared of A.I. they’re forcing managers to study machine learning and offering employees $7,000 bounties for A.I. ideas. According to a new study released by the Pew Research Center 32% of Americans believe that over the next 20 years, AI will do more damage than good to workers. But while A.I. has many nervous about the future, Massachusetts residents are adapting faster than most of the country to using A.I. to help make things easier.
A new report by GoTo reveals the states most curious about AI adoption by analyzing Google search data for terms related to chatbots such as ChatGPT and Google Bard2. This analysis found the US states that have the highest interest in artificial intelligence.
According to GoTo’s report, 33% of Americans “entirely trust” the information that AIs provide them with. On the opposite side of the spectrum, only 10% of people don’t trust its reliability at all. 56% of those who responded said that they do trust the information AI can offer them, but they still double-check it manually afterwards.
If you, like me, are curious how regular people are using A.I. in their life check this great info out by the New York Times – 35 Ways Real People Are Using A.I. Right Now. Everything from planning gardens, workouts and meals to organizing research for a thesis and obviously way, way more.
So what states are using A.I. the most right now? And how much are our New England neighbors using A.I. compared to here in Massachusetts? That info is coming… NOW: