To implement the plan to promote the development and use of artificial intelligence, the European Union intends to attract more than 20 billion euros of investment by the end of 2020. This was stated by the Vice President for the Digital Single Market, Andrus Ansip. According to him, the quality training of talented personnel and the creation of conditions for confidence in artificial intelligence are among the main goals of European cooperation in this area. According to Ansip, the implementation of the plan will contribute to employment growth, and will also play an important role in the development of medicine and especially in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer.
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