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The German government plans to intensify its efforts to develop artificial intelligence to make Germany a leader in this field.
According to the "German" German cabinet yesterday approved the main axes of the strategy to strengthen artificial intelligence, which will be working on details in the coming months.
One of the pillars of this strategy is to enhance the interrelationship between scientific research in this field in Germany and Europe, to accelerate the exchange of research results and to support the establishment of companies and to make the necessary structural transformation in companies and the labor market in a way that serves the application of artificial intelligence.
The German ruling coalition, which includes the Christian alliance of Chancellor Angela Merkel and the Social Democratic Party, agreed in the coalition treaty to make Germany a leading country in the world in the research of artificial intelligence.
According to specialized data, the United States and China are very advanced in this area.
The main thrust of the government strategy in this area is that artificial intelligence is increasingly developing into one of the most important drivers of the German economy's competitiveness.
The Government noted the great challenge represented in the development of artificial intelligence in the interest of citizens. German Economy Minister Peter Altmayer stressed the importance of artificial intelligence to Germany as a new core technology.
"Artificial intelligence is not an innovation like other innovations," wrote Altmeier of the Christian Democratic Party led by Chancellor Angela Merkel in an article in the German daily Handelsblatt. "It is a fundamental innovation that will dominate all economic sectors and life in a few years.
The link between a computer today and a computer in 2030 would be just the common name, Altmair said.
"We are determined to move forward with scientific research, development and use of artificial intelligence in Germany and Europe, and to achieve and ensure additional value through artificial intelligence made in Germany," he wrote.
Examples of artificial intelligence are language assistance programs, self-driving vehicles, learning machines, e-shopping proposals, credit risk analysis and X-ray analysis.
A committee in the Bundestag is to study the opportunities and risks of artificial intelligence, such as the impact of increased machine intervention in decision-making and information security.
German Economy Minister Peter Altmayer stressed the importance of artificial intelligence to Germany as a new core technology.
The German cabinet put the main axes of the artificial intelligence strategy at its meeting yesterday in Berlin.

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