Artificial intelligence: €20 billion for “AI” manufactured in EuropeFriday, 07 December 2018 16:08
The figure of €20 billion had already been quoted by the European Commission, last April, when it had set out its approach aiming to stimulate Europe’s competitiveness in the sphere.
The plan developed in the last 6 months proposes joint action between the member states, Norway, Switzerland and the European Commission within four spheres: investment growth, the availability of more data, talent cultivation and guarantees of trust.
Andrus Ansip, the Commissioner for the Digital Single Market, maintains that the EU wishes to become “a leading regional player in ethical, sound and high-tech AI.”
Priority has been given to public interest spheres such as health, transport and mobility, security and energy.
The Brussels Times
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