Germany’s New AI Strategy

This brief charts the ways in which German Artificial Intelligence (AI) policy has been prioritised by Angela Merkel since the 2017 Federal Elections, drawing in particular on the AI Strategy of the Federal Government, which was approved by the cabinet on 16 November 2018 and which was presented at the 2018 Digital Summit in Nuremberg on 4 December 2018.  It examines Germany’s aim to be a driver of shaping a distinctly European brand of AI and its plans to coordinate with the European Commission and other EU Member States, especially France, in doing so.

Germany’s New AI Strategy

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This brief charts the ways in which German Artificial Intelligence (AI) policy has been prioritised by Angela Merkel since the 2017 Federal Elections, drawing in particular on the AI Strategy of the Federal Government, which was approved by the cabinet on 16 November 2018 and which was presented at the 2018 Digital Summit in Nuremberg on 4 December 2018.  It examines Germany’s aim to be a driver of shaping a distinctly European brand of AI and its plans to coordinate with the European Commission and other EU Member States, especially France, in doing so.