Title

Public Perception of Artificial Intelligence

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Dr. Stanley Jointer II

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There is such a divergence between the realities of artificial intelligence: where the field currently stands, future projections, etc., and the ways that it is portrayed in various forms of media. In this study I examined sources ranging from expert predictions and standings and news reports on developments in the field to different ways A.I. has been shown in various forms of media, as well as conducted a survey to gauge understanding and opinion on A.I. to explore the links between the coverage and portrayal of A.I. and the public's perception of the field.

Location

Barkley Room, Curris Center

Start Date

April 2016

End Date

April 2016

Affiliations

Honors Thesis

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Public Perception of Artificial Intelligence

Barkley Room, Curris Center

There is such a divergence between the realities of artificial intelligence: where the field currently stands, future projections, etc., and the ways that it is portrayed in various forms of media. In this study I examined sources ranging from expert predictions and standings and news reports on developments in the field to different ways A.I. has been shown in various forms of media, as well as conducted a survey to gauge understanding and opinion on A.I. to explore the links between the coverage and portrayal of A.I. and the public's perception of the field.