Ukraine approves artificial intelligence development plan until 2030

Ukraine approves artificial intelligence development plan until 2030

The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has approved the Concept of Artificial Intelligence Development in Ukraine and instructed the Ministry of Digital Transformation to elaborate a plan for the concept’s implementation within three months.

The relevant order was adopted by the Government at a meeting on December 2, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

"To date, Ukraine has the largest number of artificial intelligence development companies in Eastern Europe. At the beginning of 2020, we had almost 150 suppliers with sufficient experience in the field of artificial intelligence. The industry is developing very actively. It is very important for us to elaborate a strategy for the artificial intelligence development in our country that would be clear to the state and the private sector," said Vice Prime Minister - Minister of Digital Transformation Mykhailo Fedorov at the Cabinet’s meeting.

As noted, the concept is aimed at increasing the competitiveness of Ukraine through the use of artificial intelligence technologies in the socio-economic, scientific and technical, defense, environmental and national-cultural spheres of national importance.

The implementation of the Concept is planned for 2020-2030, its main tasks are: bringing Ukrainian legislation in the field of artificial intelligence technologies in line with international regulations; introducing artificial intelligence technologies; promoting the level of artificial intelligence research; providing access to databases; and improving the competitiveness of Ukraine in the international market.

It is noted that the implementation of the concept will allow regulating the legislative principles: development, application within Ukraine and export of artificial intelligence technologies.


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