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Generative AI is known by 95% of Italians - Future Tech

2023-12-04T10:36:18.785Z

Highlights: Generative AI is known by 95% of Italians - Future Tech. 50% use it to create theses, few fear ChatGPT and associates. Italians trust such technologies enough, so much so that on a scale of 1 to 10, trust is at 6.3. Only 26% of data are analysed, while the percentages of use of audio (16%) and video (8%) generation tools are still low. "Normal given the current immaturity of the instruments," Vincenzo Cosenza writes.


50% use it to create theses, few fear ChatGPT and associates (ANSA)


Italians know the topic of artificial intelligence and somehow use it. This is revealed by a research conducted by Ipsos together with digital world expert Vincenzo Cosenza on a representative sample of 1,500 people aged between 16 and 65. 95% of respondents have heard of AI while 70% say they use generative AI such as ChatGPT for personal use, 33% for work and 25% for study. The percentage rises to 44% in the case of Generation Z, who demonstrate that they know how to adapt generative technology for training purposes. In that case, the most frequent uses are text generation (52%), summarizing (36%), translating languages (33% rising to 44% for boomers) and image generation (32% rising to 58% for boomers). Only 26% of data are analysed, while the percentages of use of audio (16%) and video (8%) generation tools are still low. "Normal given the current immaturity of the instruments," Cosenza writes.

The best-known generative AI application is, of course, ChatGPT, cited by 64% of the sample and growing compared to the past. In second place is the competitor Google Bard with 36%. Much lower is the knowledge of Dall-e (13%), Midjourney (12%) and Stable Diffusion (10%). Italians trust such technologies enough, so much so that on a scale of 1 to 10, trust is at 6.3. On the one hand, they highlight positive prospects, such as the simplification of processes (30%, 37% among Gen Z), the creation of jobs that do not yet exist (23%) or help for their profession (14%). On the other hand, respondents highlight problematic aspects, such as job losses (26%), the threat to creativity (26%), and the increase in the technological gap between different generations (20%). In this context, 43% are inclined to a training course to learn the use of these new tools, although only 14% believe that it will be necessary for the job.


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