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Number of implementations of edge computing and major verticals in the benchmark.
This report encapsulates the core elements of the national strategies for the adoption of artificial intelligence(AI) in the European Union, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Japan, China and the United States.
These include, for each strategy, the fundamental reports and supporting documents, the scope of sectoral focus and outlines of the initial and emerging stakeholders and players.
Funding allocated towards AI-related pilot projects, research centers and digital hubs to double throughout Europe after 2020
The EU Commission 2018 - 2020 budget on AI is 2.6 billion EUR. This is expected to increase after 202i at an annual rate of 4 to 5 billion.
At least 500 million EUR of funding will go to digital innovation hubs and industrial data platforms across Europe. Until now, the EU has funded AI projects related to agriculture, eHealth, public administration and services, transportation and manufacturing . A large portion of this funding will strengthen facilities and facilitate operational activities.
With the development of 5G commercial services, research work has already begun on 'beyond 5G' systems with an emphasis on the use of Terahertz frequency bands. Such 6G systems could emerge in 2030 , and provide Tbpsdata rates and the basis for the 'Internet of Everything' , bearing in mind the imperatives of sustainable development and smart environments.
The main questions addressed in this report are: