Chart shows public opinion tilts more toward concern than excitement about the increased use of AI in daily life; nearly half feel both equally
Chart shows men, more religious Americans and those with higher levels of education express more excitement about these human enhancement possibilities
Chart shows women are more likely than men to say they would not want a computer chip implant in the brain
Chart shows about eight-in-ten White evangelical Protestants think this use of brain chips would be meddling with nature
Chart shows Americans’ interest in gene editing to reduce risk of disease for their own baby varies by gender, education
Chart shows 72% of White evangelical Protestants see gene editing to reduce baby’s risk of developing disease as meddling with nature
Chart shows men are more likely than women to say they would want to use a robotic exoskeleton with built-in AI