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What future for European robotics?

Vasiliki Charisi (), Ramón Compañó, Néstor Duch Brown, Emilia Gomez Gutierrez (), David Klenert, Michael Lutz (), Robert Marschinski and Carlos TORRECILLA SALINAS Carlos ()
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Vasiliki Charisi: European Commission - JRC,
Emilia Gomez Gutierrez: European Commission - JRC,
Michael Lutz: European Commission - JRC,
Carlos TORRECILLA SALINAS Carlos: European Commission - JRC,

No JRC125343, JRC Research Reports from Joint Research Centre (Seville site)

Abstract: Europe is a world-leader in the production of robots. This industry is a key element of the digital transformation of our societies and economies that, combined with Artificial Intelligence (AI), will likely have a tremendous disruptive potential. To explore further the future of the European robotics industry and its related challenges, the Joint Research Centre organized a Science for Policy conference entitled “What future for European Robotics?”, bringing together recognized specialists from industry, academia and policy. This report presents the main conclusions that emerged from the conference.

Keywords: Robotics; artificial intelligence (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2021-07
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