The second Tallinn Digital Summit, held from the 15–16 October, witnessed the Estonian government driving the crucial issues relating to Artificial Intelligence (AI) which will await the world’s attention. The summit’s global conversation focused on the implications of digitization on government, economies, education and society and presented new research and ideas on the future of AI, and cross-border trade of data.
The summit initiated and led by the Prime Minister of Estonia, Juri Ratas, was organized by the Government Office of Estonia, and included ...
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