China and India are in Frontline to Trust on AI Systems

By Aarti Dhapte, 21 April, 2023

Artificial intelligence has become a part of everyday life. The rise of ChatGPT and the development pace of conversational and generative AI models are placing the underlying technology in the hands of the public.

The current scenario with AI is that large language models can guess the next fitting word in a sentence based on the corpus of content they were fed; AI experts and researchers are now urging them to slow down the training. Developing models are more capable than OpenAI's GPT-4. Reports say the company's current language model is available in a limited capacity for ChatGPT Pus members, and very soon, it will be integrated into Microsoft productivity and security.

According to eminent influential figures like Stability AI CEO Emad Mostaque and Elon Musk, powerful AI should be built once we are confident in handling and their effects will be positive and risks manageable.

KPMG Australia and the University of Queensland conducted a survey; the data shows residents of China, India, South Africa, and Brazil are less critical about the continued implementation of AI systems. According to the reports, Indians trust in AI is 75 percent, 67 percent of Chinese, and 57 percent of South Africans would trust AI. The respondents of these countries claimed to trust AI mostly in healthcare and security.

Trust in AI is Higher in Emerging Countries
China and India are in Frontline to Trust on AI Systems

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