|Titre :||National strategies on Artifical Intelligence. A European perspective in 2019. Country report : France|
|Auteurs :||Commission européenne, Auteur ; Union européenne, Auteur|
|Type de document :||Rapports et études|
|Année de publication :||02/2020|
[Mots-clés] Politique publique
[Mots-clés] Technologies du numérique
[Mots-clés] Intelligence artificielle
In March 2018, The President of the French Republic presented his vision and strategy to make France a leader in artificial intelligence (AI). The French AI strategy is entitled AI for humanity (France, 2018a) and has been developed on the basis of the AI policy report (France, 2018b) prepared by French deputy Cédric Villani.
The main objectives of the French AI strategy as highlighted by the French President are to:
- Improve the AI education and training ecosystem to develop and attract the best AI talent;
- Establish an open data policy for the implementation of AI applications and pooling assets together;
- Develop an ethical framework for a transparent and fair use of AI applications.
To this purpose, the French government will dedicate €1.5 billion to the development of artificial intelligence by the end of 2022, including €700 million for research.
This document has been prepared in the context of AI Watch and the OECD AI Policy Observatory.
AI Watch is the European Commission knowledge service to monitor the development, uptake and impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Europe, launched in December 2018.
The OECD AI Policy Observatory (OECD.AI) is an inclusive hub for public policy on AI. It aims to help countries encourage, nurture and monitor the responsible development of trustworthy AI systems for the benefit of society.
|En ligne :||https://ec.europa.eu/knowledge4policy/sites/know4pol/files/france-ai-strategy-report.pdf|