NPR: Most of Us Are Still Worried About AI—but Will Corporate America Listen?

NPR reported on the MITRE-Harris Poll, which found that that most Americans are concerned about the use of artificial intelligence (AI) technology for high-value applications such as autonomous vehicles, accessing government benefits, or healthcare.

"If the public doesn't trust AI, adoption may be mostly limited to less important tasks like recommendations on streaming services or contacting a call center in the search for a human,” said Douglas Robbins, MITRE vice president of engineering and prototyping. "This is why we are working with government and industry on whole-of-nation solutions to boost assurance and help inform regulatory frameworks to enhance AI assurance."

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