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Following the exponential rise of ChatGPT, as well as the steady increase of smart technology in our daily lives, voters considered what the future may hold for artificial intelligence (AI). They explored current – and potential – uses of artificial intelligence across education, transport, art, medicine and jobs.
Secondary and College voters all considered: “Will life improve with more use of artificial intelligence (AI)?” while Primary 7-11 voters discussed: “Will using more AI make our lives better?” and Primary 5-7 voters decided: “Should computers ever think for themselves?”
“Even though AI is helping, we can never replace a doctor or a teacher. We can't replace humanity.”
“AI is already a massive part of our lives. If we have any more tech the world will practically be run by robots and the next generations won’t be able to do anything for themselves.”
"I think AI will greatly improve lives, but safeguards will need to be put in place to stop dangerous things from taking place because of the AI. People with none of the skills necessary to carry out something will now have the capability to do things."
Stephen Heal an Associate from Frontier Economics proivded a response to what the children said about this week's vote on the rise of Artificial Intelligence.