The Commission’s coordination failures in AI investment

The European Commission kicked off plans to boost investments in its AI sector back in 2018. But they were neither clearly defined, nor well coordinated, argued the European Court of Auditors (ECA) in a report released this week. The gap of investments and innovation has only grown with the US since these plans were put in motion, research has found.

This week we talk to Mihails Kozlovs, a member of the ECA who led the report, about what it means for the future.

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