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Ethical fears hinder growth of artificial intelligence in France
In this issue, read how France’s relatively slow adoption of artificial intelligence is partly the result of public confusion, and partly due to the way the French have approached the ethical debate around AI. Also, read now organisations in Europe are failing to address the most important risks because they do not have a structured approach to complying with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation. And find out why, after 17 years, Dutch university TU Delft is saying goodbye to its legacy learning management system.
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Features in this issue
France has been slow to create a strategy around the use of artificial intelligence, partly due to questions around ethics
Many organisations around the world do not have a coherent plan to prepare for compliance with the EU’s new data protection laws
Dutch university TU Delft is replacing its legacy learning management system after 17 years