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Though artificial intelligence is a very well-known subject at first sight, analysis by Loudhouse, a London-based research firm, reveals that few have taken a real approach to it.
It all began with a survey conducted by Western Digital by the polling firm Loudhouse London, which reviewed online the opinions of 6,084 people of the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Russia, Italy, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia on their level of comprehension and interpretation of artificial intelligence.
Since 29% do not trust organisations to keep their data secure, it does not end there.
Artificial intelligence: according to the voices derived from the reports, those for video monitoring are the most accurate
The experiments have even extrapolated the facts regarding the most sought after artificial intelligence. These are the findings: on the home side, video cameras (36%), streaming entertainment channels (35%) and lighting and heating controls (35%). As for the city, on the other hand, we find: electric vehicle charging stations (39%), driverless cars (38%), and surveillance cameras (38%) (37 percent ).
“For smart technology providers, the next few years could be thrilling. “The market is growing, consumers are expecting novelties, but this progress and the benefits it will bring are threatened by a lack of knowledge of smart technology infrastructures,” says Davide Villa, Business Development Director for Western Digital’s EMEAI region.
Obviously, the apprehension of cyber security threats and the infringement of privacy is also growing with the artificial intelligence industry. “In growing this information deficit, local storage and encryption will play a key role. Educating people on technologies such as consumer-level storage devices would allow them to give them back control of smart technology data at home.
In addition, the introduction of the correct infrastructure for storage and technology and the subsequent knowledge on these topics would help users interpret their information more safely and eliminate any perplexity over these emerging technologies, Villa concludes.