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A sociological study promoted by IE University and carried out in eleven countries concluded that 51% of Europeans would be in favor of replacing part of their national parliamentarians with entities based on artificial intelligence. This percentage rises to 75% in China, it is 46% in Germany, 40% in the United States and 31% in the United Kingdom. In Spain? 66% would prefer to relinquish political control to machines, even assuming such an AI would have access to private data and knowing the risk of hacking. The study also reveals that younger generations show a greater predisposition to such a proposal: 61% of Europeans aged 25 to 34 and 56% of those aged 34 to 44 consider the initiative adequate, while the majority of Respondents over the age of 55 do not consider it appropriate.
David Bravo, Director of Gadget
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