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Expectations and Anxieties Affecting Attitudes toward Artificial Intelligence Revolution

인공지능 혁신에 대한 기대와 불안 요인 및 영향 연구

  • 이창섭 (세종대학교 경영학부) ;
  • 이현정 (중앙대학교 융합교양학부)
  • Received : 2019.08.06
  • Accepted : 2019.09.17
  • Published : 2019.09.28

Abstract

Humans have anxieties as well as expectations for artificial intelligence. This study attempted to identify the expectation and anxiety factors affecting the attitude toward artificial intelligence innovation and to ascertain how much influence they have on current artificial intelligence innovation. This study considered that attitudes toward artificial intelligence may be different for each generation sharing a similar technology change culture. Therefore, the researchers limited the research subjects to I generation, which is the main users of artificial intelligence in the future. As a main result, the factors of expectiation of 'performance gain', 'positive social impact', and the factor of anxiety of 'threat to human-oriented social value' were drawn, and these factors influenced weak and strong artificial intelligence respectively. The results of this study suggests that artificial intelligence should develop into a pleasant relationship with humankind.

Keywords

Artificial Intelligence;Technology Revolution;Expectations and Anxieties;Weak AI;Strong AI

Acknowledgement

Supported by : 한국연구재단

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