|Brattberg, Erik, Csernatoni, Raluca, Rugova, Venesa
|Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
This paper takes stock of whether existing EU and national strategies and funding initiatives are sufficient for Europe to be able to seize the opportunities afforded by Artificial Intelligence (AI).
It argues that for its AI ecosystem to thrive, Europe needs to find a way to protect its research base, encourage governments to be early adopters, foster its start-up ecosystem, expand international links, and develop AI technologies as well as leverage their use efficiently. More importantly, to be able to take these steps, Europe needs to catch up on digitizing its economies and complete the establishment of the digital single market once and for all.
|Business and Industry, Culture, Education and Research
|Countries / Regions
|European Union [EU]