[Listening] Do You Trust Artificial Intelligence?

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Artificial Intelligence was not a strange and brand new concept to the public anymore since many fantastic movies have introduced how artificial intelligence could possibly be in the future like Star Wars, Blade Runner, and the Terminator many years ago. Nowadays, AI has been applied everywhere. People likely use AI multiple times without even knowing it: Alexa and Siri, Google Maps, Uber and etc.

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Source: Psychologytoday

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What would happen when people are being introduced to a new AI technology? How likely are they to trust the new technology?

With an interdisciplinary team of researchers from the University of Kansas, we set to find out. The results are published in a new paper in the journal Computers in Human Behavior. We found that people’s trust in AI is tied to their relationship or ____ (one word missing) style. Our research shows that people who are anxious about their relationships with humans tend to be less trusting when it comes to AI. Importantly, the research also suggests trust in artificial intelligence can be increased by reminding people of their secure relationships with other humans.

Grand View Research estimated the global artificial intelligence market at $39.9 billion in 2019, and it is projected to ____ (one word missing) at a compound annual growth rate of 42.2 percent from 2020 to 2027. However, lack of trust remains a key obstacle to adopting new artificial intelligence technologies.

Finding associations between one’s attachment style — an individual difference representing the way people feel, think, and behave in ____ (two words missing) — and one’s trust in AI, paves the way to new understandings and potentially new interventions to induce trust. The findings show you can predict and increase people’s trust levels in non-humans based on their early relationships with humans. This has the potential to improve adoption of new technologies and the integration of AI in the work place.


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