EU plans to release an AI robot strategy in 2025


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According to Euronews, the¬†European Commission plans to publish a strategic document applicable to the entire EU next year. This document will ensure a standard in the promotion of AI robots and technology across the European continent. The EU wants synergy in the development of AI robots and this is why it needs a specific standard. Euronews also reveals part of the EU internal meeting minutes. This confirmed some of the plans by the European Union. The minutes reveal that the EU executive agency will work closely with 27 member states.¬†In the first two quarters of this year, they will work closely to¬†develop an AI-powered robotics strategy. This will ensure that Europe remains ‚Äúrelevant‚ÄĚ in this area.

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According to reports, this strategy will cover all aspects of robot development and application. It will also link with other relevant European Commission plans (such as the Workplace AI Initiative and the AI Act). Also, due to the increasing local demand for robots, the main application scenarios of robots are healthcare and agriculture. However, they are also used in logistics and manufacturing industries. For this reason, Europe is facing challenges in terms of labour force adaptation and the safety of robots.

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According to minutes of an internal expert group meeting, the strategy will ensure that robots are deployed and used responsibly and ethically. It will also pay attention to risks in areas such as privacy, cybersecurity, transparency and accountability. Not just paying attention, the standard will also be able to take appropriate action.

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Final Words

It is a good thing that the EU is working on a standard for AI robot strategy. As this technology continues to gain popularity, the standard will help Europe. The European Union reached a provisional agreement on the Artificial Intelligence Act (AI Act) on December 9 last year. This will be the most comprehensive regulatory agreement on AI in the region and the most comprehensive bill of its kind so far. Although the draft legislation still needs to be formally approved by EU member states and parliaments, it marks a key step in EU policy. It will regulate the development and dissemination of machine learning and AI models. It will also regulate their use in education, employment, healthcare, and other fields.

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