The European Union has launched four permanent testing and experimental facilities for artificial intelligence and robotics across Europe. The facilities will allow technology providers to test their innovations in real-life settings within various sectors, such as manufacturing, health care, agriculture and food, and cities. The project is funded by €220 million ($240 million) from the EU and will start operating from next year.
- The EU is introducing “crash test” systems for AI to ensure safety and quality before they hit the market.
- The EU is investing heavily in AI and robotics research and development, and aims to support various industries with new technologies.
- The EU is competing with other regions, such as the US and China, in the global AI race.
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