People in Germany are only willing to provide their data anonymously for the training of artificial intelligence to a limited extent. This is shown by a recent survey conducted by the market and opinion research institute Civey on behalf of the eco Association. “The German federal government and industry must create a trustworthy data ecosystem in order to maintain the future viability of Germany’s digital location,” says eco Chair Oliver Süme.
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Citizens in Germany currently only use very few online administrative services. This is revealed in a recent representative survey conducted by the market and opinion research institute Civey on behalf of eco – Association of the Internet Industry.
In industrial manufacturing in particular, 58.7 per cent of Germans would like to see artificial intelligence-based technologies take over tasks from skilled workers. Many Germans are also in favour of using AI in the transport sector (38.5%), the financial sector (24.3%) and in nursing and geriatric care (22.2%), according to a recent representative survey by market and opinion research institute Civey*.
Two thirds of Germans reject the use of their anonymised data for artificial intelligence.
Source:Civey survey of 2,518 Germans over the age of 18 on 12-13 February 2024.
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