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Insights on U.S. Public Opinion on AI

by Daniel Castro

From trust and optimism to fear and skepticism, the attitudes and opinion of Americans about AI will likely shape not only the adoption of the technology, but also public support for policies to accelerate its development and use. For example, Congress is likely to proceed cautiously with AI in areas where voters worry the technology’s risks outweigh its benefits. On the other hand, Congress is more likely to accelerate digital transformation where voters believe that the technology will improve their lives.

Join the Center for Data Innovation and Public First for the release of an in-depth survey about what of Americans thinks about AI, how these views have shifted over the past year, and the implications of these beliefs for businesses, policymakers, and society at large.

Lunch will be available for in-person attendees.

Date and Time:

  • Tuesday, May 21, 2024 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (EDT)


  • Rayburn House Office Building Room 2060 (45 Independence Ave SW, Washington, DC 20515)


  • Vinous Ali, Managing Director, Public First
  • Daniel Castro, Director, Center for Data Innovation (moderator)
  • Jonathan Dupont, Partner, Public First
  • Lee Rainie, Director, Imagining the Digital Future Center, Elon University
  • Alec Tyson, Associate Director of Research, Pew Research Center

Register now.

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