What’s the state of generative AI in Europe, which challenges and opportunities lie ahead? This DLD AI Summit panel discussion, moderated by Andreas Liebl (appliedAI), brings together experts from all over the continent to provide answers.
Europe has many advantages, including strong research institutions, engineering talent, valuable datasets, and industries that could benefit greatly from AI, such as healthcare, automotive, and aerospace.
However, there are also a number of challenges. For example, Europe lags in access to compute resources and struggles to retain top talent, given lower salaries.
Regulation could become a burden or play to Europe’s advantage – depending on the set of policies implemented. “We see the very beginning of an industrial revolution where we need to take position in a way that reconciles innovation and the need for safety and robustness”, Miailhe argues.
The discussion also addresses openness and trustworthiness, the value of European foundation models and much more.