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Going beyond the AI Act: Time for a more holistic approach across Europe?

Artificial Intelligence / POLICY BRIEF
Tommaso Grossi , Giulia Torchio , Auriane Técourt

Date: 18/06/2024

This Policy Brief builds on previous research on the transformative potential of progressive AI integration in the workplace, concluding that augmentation is more likely than automation. The focus of further research on the subject has now shifted to assessing Europe’s AI competitiveness.

In this research, Europe’s strengths and weaknesses are explored. In particular, issues such as insufficient funding, lack of skills and brain drain are discussed. 

Weaknesses are highlighted in Europe’s AI strategy and opportunities for improved pan-European collaboration. The Brief concludes with concrete policy recommendations.

Read the full paper here.
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