When making car comparisons with the intention eventually to purchase, 60% of UK adults would rather have robots aiding them than humans, according to Reboot Digital Marketing’s analysis of findings from Mindshare, which surveyed more than 6,000 individuals from across the UK to see whether they would prefer robots or humans in different occupations. Even though most Brits (75%) would still prefer their MP to be a human being, 25% would happily elect a robot to the role. Most people (71%) would still select humans over robots to be bankers and only 11% would be happy to take medical advice from a robot.
A quarter of Brits would replace MPs with robots
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