Defining Artificial Intelligence


ByAngeliki Dedopoulou

December 24, 2020

Angeliki Dedopoulou

Defining AI isn’t as simple as we might think. In this post, I look at some of the different definitions in Europe.

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Angeliki Dedopoulou

Senior Manager, EU Public Affairs, Huawei Angeliki is responsible for the policy areas of artificial intelligence, Blockchain, digital skills, and green technologies. Before joining Huawei’s EU Public Affairs team, Angeliki was an adviser for the European Commission for over 5 years (through everis, an NTT Data Company) on DG Employment, Social Affairs, and Inclusion. Her main focus during this period was the European Classification of Skills, Competences, Qualifications and Occupations (ESCO) and the Europass Digital Credential project. Angeliki is a Member of the Board of the Hellenic Blockchain Hub and a Member of the Beltug Blockchain Taskforce.

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