Eurobarometer “Attitudes towards the impact of digitisation and automation on daily life”
Year of production: 2017
The Special Eurobarometer “Attitudes towards the impact of digitisation and automation on daily life” was designed to gauge public opinion in a range of areas related to digital technologies, robots and artificial intelligence. It follows on from previous surveys in this area in 2014 and 2012.
It covers the following areas:
- The impact of digital technologies on society, the economy and quality of life.
- Citizen’s self-reported level of skills to make use of digital technologies at work, for learning,
- and to use online public services.
- The way social network users judge the trustworthiness of stories seen on these sites,
- including the use of fact checking websites.
- The use of robots at home or at work.
- Attitudes towards robots and artificial intelligence, including their impact on jobs, and the
- level of comfort citizens have with robots performing a range of tasks.
- The use of online healthcare, citizens’ desire for online access to their own health and
- wellbeing data, and their willingness to share this with others.
- Actions Internet users have taken as a result of online privacy and security concerns.