Nothing short of a concerted effort by the government, and the public and private sectors, will be enough if the UK is to be a world leader of artificial intelligence, argues Mike Rebeiro, head of digital and innovation at law firm Macfarlanes.
As part of its Industrial Strategy unveiled last November, the government identified artificial intelligence (AI) as one of its four 'Grand Challenges' facing the UK. Baillie Gifford to leverage AI for...
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