Hungary has prepared its Artificial Intelligence Strategy which addresses technical and human-sciences issues emerging from the evolution of AI,
said Laszlo Palkovics the innovation and technology minister at Pannon University.
AI can be used in many areas from face recognition, health checks, polygraph tests, X-rays, noise indication of agricultural machine defects and
self-driving vehicles to composing music and writing poems, he said.
By 2030, Artificial Intelligence is expected to have contributed 14 percent, or about 7,000 billion forints (EUR 20.9bn), to the country’s GDP.
The Artificial Intelligence Strategy has been prepared by more than 200 institutions and companies. It covers changes to data laws, the creation of a national laboratory, incentives for companies, research and development, training, infrastructure development and automatised administration in areas such as health care, as well as ethical and legal issues to be addressed.
The Neuron Solutions team also participated in the review of the strategy as a member of the Artificial Intelligence Coalition.
Once approved by the government, the strategy will be posted on the kormany.hu website.