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Artificial Intelligence (AT) is a term used to describe machines performing human-like cognitive functions (e.g. learning, understanding, reasoning or interacting). It comprises different forms of cognition and meaning understanding (e.g. Speech recognition, natural Language processing) and human interaction (e.g. signal sensing, smart control, simulators). In terms of its technology base AT is a very heterogeneous field. While some aspects like sensors, chips, robots as well as certain applications like autonomous driving, logistics or medical instruments refer to hardware components, a relevant part of AI is rooted in algorithms and software.

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Estonian public services in the age of Artificial Intelligence

Following the establishment of country’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) strategy, Estonia has detailed its strategic plan for the promotion of the use of AI in the public and private sector. Estonia is currently seen as a pioneer in converting public services into

Technology Focus on Artificial Intelligence

This Technology Watch report has a focus on Artificial Intelligence (AI) as one the most significant technologies that are currently shaping the whole process of digital transformation and industrial modernisation in Europe and Worldwide.

Harnessing the economic benefits of Artificial Intelligence

The industry is unanimous: AI will change the world and be ubiquitous in tomorrow’s economy. AI major gains are likely to focus on productivity, efficiency, automation and costs, enabling consumers and businesses to capitalise on the digital economy.

Autonomous cars

The prosperity of connected cars also propel the progress of autonomous driving, which is commonly agreed by the auto industry as “the capability of a car to drive partly or fully by itself, with limited or no human intervention”.