Thus, 17% of Russians are afraid of the development of artificial intelligence, and most often they fear the deprivation of jobs as a result of automation.

"In second place in terms of the number of mentions are arguments about the lack of control and closedness of the development of powerful computer systems, in the third place is the fear of human degradation," the company's study says.

43% of Russians do not experience fear associated with the development of artificial intelligence. Most of them are sure that neural networks will never be able to replace a person.

The fact that their work in the next ten years will be taken away by robots, translators, tourism managers and waiters are most often sure, least of all - doctors, builders and teachers.

In total, 1.6 thousand representatives of the economically active population from all districts of the country took part in the survey of the service.

Earlier, more than 1 thousand experts in the field of artificial intelligence, including the head of Tesla Elon Musk, called for the suspension of training of neural networks, as an uncontrolled process can pose a threat to humanity.