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Written by Borbála German and Réka Pető
How Far Do People Trust AI?
In this quantitative research, we aimed to get an overview of the usage of AI-driven tools and to see how much people trust AI and AI tools.


To get a better understanding of people's attitudes and trust toward the concept of AI and AI tools, we ran a survey in Europe. We were especially interested in how much people trust the concept of AI and AI tools, what factors can affect trust, what AI tools people have tried, and what concerns they have.

Our results showed that people in general trust AI, but, gender, industry, and location can affect the level of it. We could also see that people still have concerns related to AI tools, especially towards the output they get. Moreover, the most used tool is ChatGPT, and why? Because people enjoy using it. To learn more, check out our detailed results!


Overall 169 participants filled out our survey. Let’s see who took part in it!

Gender Distribution

In our sample, men outnumbered women, but upon closer examination, we found that this difference didn’t have a significant impact on the variables we studied.

Image illustrating the gender distribution of participants. Among respondents, 65% were identified as males, 34% as females, and 1% did not provide a response.

Age Distribution

We managed to capture a diverse age range in our sample, with the majority of participants falling between the ages of 31 and 50.

Bar chart depicting age distribution of participants. Age categories on the x-axis: 18-30, 31-40, 41-50, 51-60, to 61-70. Y-axis represents the percentage of participants. The majority of participants fell within the 31-40 and 41-50 age groups.


We conducted the survey in Europe, specifically targeting participants from:

Map illustrating participant distribution across European countries. Dark blue shading indicates countries where the survey was distributed.