Adobe found the answer to what people think about AI

There is a famous saying that the majority is the authority, and in most cases, especially in forming a global opinion on a matter, this saying is justified. Similarly, the younger generation dominates the global population, as most know them by the terms Gen Z and millennials. The term Gen Z is used for people born in the late 1990s or early 2000s, and the word millennials is said to define the people born in the early 1980s and late 1990s. In 2019, there were 2.47 billion Gen Z globally and 2.43 millennials. Gen Z and millennials make up more than 50% of the global population, and anything firmly believed to be accurate, even if wrong, holds the conviction of being right.

But keeping the significance of the younger generation about opinion forming aside, the rise of technology, especially for artists, has raised much concern. The technology that entangles arts by artificial means, such as AI arts generator tools, is scrutinized because they undermine the accurate idea of arts. Many artists believe that art generated through AI tools isn’t authentic and consider it data theft and should be taken down through lawsuits in creative communities.

This issue has reached such high intensity that AI artists along Creative Commons (a non-profit organization) are going to U.S. Congress to pass regulatory laws that would detoxify this situation and put an end to this drama in their defense.

As the efforts of the artists increased to shut down AI arts generator tools, Adobe conducted a survey in which they surveyed around 2000 plus consumers and 498 marketing professionals based in the UK to get their opinion on the matter of AI-making arts. From the survey results, Gen Z and the millennials loved the advances AI is making in all aspects. 52% said AI positively changed their lives, and 7% regarded it as a miracle technology.

56% said that the AI graphic design-based software and other built-in photo tools allow them to be more creative as they wanted significant companies to use the AI advanced technology to make more creative content. 76% of the respondents expected technology to flourish businesses to make better products, while 71% also wanted tech tools to upgrade customer experiences.

The survey also found that 35% wanted AI to provide easy solutions to attain the desired things. While 14% expected AI tools to be used by companies to predict their future moves. 26% of the category of Gen Z and millennials wanted AI to upgrade their customer experiences by making them more personalized.

19% of the survey respondents think that AI should be utilized to improve the business's product quality, and 17% believed that the principal aim should be to provide easy and efficient help to employees.

Although the younger generation may be highly supportive of technological advances in business, the adults differ. 26% of the Gen X and older people said to put laws and policies for responsible use, and in contrast, only 15% of the young respondents agreed to it.

According to Adobe, Vice President “Suzanne Steele” believes that the younger generation has a significant opinion as they spend a lot of self-effort and influence on public opinion; their thoughts regarding how AI should be implemented in businesses must be listened to. She further commented that as various businesses adopt technology, companies must collect the younger generation's opinions from different demographical areas to meet the expectations of the young customers for an optimized experience and products.

Many people with ties to marketing and customer experience professionals are unhappy with advanced tech such as ChatGPT, AdobeFirefly, and Midjourney. But despite the bullishness, 94% of the survey respondents said that they would seek the aid of AI tools in their future work, as 79% of the respondents are already making the most of the advanced tech tools to get ahead in their respective fields.

Despite what any particular group of individuals say about AI, most people love it, as the survey found that 89% said that tech has helped them to make better content and establish more profound experiences.

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