Editor's pick Do you have ‘AI anxiety’? You’re not alone
A new Reuters/Ipsos poll finds that more than two-thirds of Americans are concerned about the negative effects of AI and 61% believe it could threaten civilization. Experts are split on whether the dangers justify the public angst. Emma Jehle has more.
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