Artificial intelligence, and its impact on the decade
Cluster Industrial | January 06, 2022 |

Artificial intelligence and autonomous driving will be key to the new mobility of this decade, according to the study conducted by Gesellschaft für Innovative Marktforschung (GIM) for Bosch that was presented at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2022.

"Technology can enable people to do an incredible amount of good in the world, and this survey shows that people recognize how advances in technology can fundamentally change and improve our lives," said Davie Sweis, director of digital business, Global Business Services and digital transformation leader for Bosch in North America.

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According to the study, China (60%), the US (40%) and Germany (37%) commented that artificial intelligence will be the most influential technologies of the future, while India (44%) and the United Kingdom (35%) ) ranked second.

Globally, 42% viewed fuel cell / hydrogen technologies as the greatest potential for driving sustainability in the future, and in the United States, 76% said technological progress should focus more on societal issues than on individual needs.

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For autonomous driving, the United States and the United Kingdom established it as the second place of their technological priorities with 35%, and although the market still prefers to drive their own vehicles, the truth is that the study showed that, in China, Germany In India, the United Kingdom and the United States, 72% of adults believe that technology is making the world a better place.

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