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European Coordinated Plan on Artificial Intelligence

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The Council today adopted conclusions on the Coordinated Plan on the development and use of Artificial Intelligence Made in Europe. With its conclusions, the Council underlines the crucial importance of fostering the development and use of artificial intelligence in Europe by increasing investment, reinforcing excellence in artificial intelligence technologies and applications, and strengthening research and innovation collaboration between industry and academia in this field.

Read the full text of the Council conclusions here

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