What’s next after Europe’s ‘year of AI’?

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Realising the economic and social potential presented by AI and maintaining the growth in adoption across Europe means equipping everyone with the right skills so we can all be included in Europe’s digital journey, Tanuja Randery writes.

2023 was a turning point for AI. Across Europe, the accessibility of generative AI created a surge of innovation among consumers and businesses.

Organisations of all sizes across all industries, along with citizens, are engaging with this groundbreaking technology like never before, according to a recent study by Strand Partners, commissioned by Amazon Web Services (AWS).

The report estimates that AI could unlock €600 billion for Europe’s economy by 2030 if European appetites for AI can be maintained.