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'It's all gonna take over': Americans reveal fears of AI impacting every day life

AUSTIN, Texas – Lone Star state residents shared fears over AI’s rapid advancement and how it may impact different aspects of life.

Genuinely, I’m much more afraid for the job loss,” said Eilidh, an Austin resident who works in retail.

But Girish was more optimistic.

“People will find new avenues for jobs,” he told Fox News. “I think it suggests re-skilling that needs to be done.” 

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Uruguyan developer Tammara Leites’s shadow is seen on a screen of text generated by artificial intelligence. (Photo by CLEMENT MAHOUDEAU/AFP via Getty Images)

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Still, Dan, a Kansas City resident who was visiting Austin, said he was afraid AI would cost jobs.

“I think that’s a possibility in certain industries,” he said.

OpenAI's ChatGPT chatbot co-wrote an episode of the TV show South Park in March 2023.

ChatGPT co-wrote an episode of the TV comedy series South Park in March 2023. (Photo by MARCO BERTORELLO/AFP via Getty Images)

Girish, of Austin, said he was most concerned that the data used to train AI technology systems could contain racial bias

“One thing I’ve been thinking deeply about is the concept of racial bias and … the existing data probably which is being used to train the AI models,” he told Fox News. “Hopefully, that can be resolved or people are cognizant of that.”

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