AI Watch is playing an important part in monitoring industrial, technological and research capacity, and policy initiatives in of European countries.
Results from the AI Landscape analysis provide a unique overview of where the EU is doing well and where it could do better.
The AI Landscape (2009 - 2018) AI Worldwide Ecosystem in 2009-2018 report and associated dashboard provide an overview and analysis of the European AI landscape.
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AI Strategy report
AI Watch, together with OECD, gathers and presents information on all EU Member States' national AI strategies in a structured and comprehensive way.
National AI strategies are analysed to identify the most relevant policy areas and to develop a common AI Policy Framework that can be used for the presentation of policy initiatives.
Read the full report on all EU National Strategies
Read the strategy report for Netherlands
Or jump directly to the individual sections
- AI report
- Human capital
- From the lab to the market
- AI to address societal challenges
- Monitoring and future update
The AI Watch team has developed a comprehensive methodology to estimate AI investments and applied it to the European economy.
However, as this is the first of its kind attempt to capture AI investments data for Europe, we would greatly appreciate any comments or suggestions for improvements you may have.
Feedback on potential data sources and methodological improvements is particularly welcome.
- Read the report on Investments in Europe
- Explore the investments dashboard for Europe
- Provide feedback
Explore the AI Watch AI Investments dashboards for Netherlands
Public Sector dimension of AI Strategy
This page reports a synthesis of the main elements that characterise the national AI strategy with a specific focus on the public sector. It extracts the information related to a single country from a comparative analysis done by the AI Watch team and reported in full in the science for policy report “AI Watch. European Landscape on the Use of Artificial Intelligence by the Public Sector”.