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A recent study shows Gen Z initiates more negative online conversations around AI than any other demographic. Why? And what can we do about it?

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Catriona Campbell

Behavioural psychologist; AI-quisitive; EY UK&I Client Technology & Innovation Officer. Views my own & don't represent EY’s position.

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