Artificial Intelligence (AI) in private and public sectors. Comparative analysis: Poland and the Czech Republic
The potential of artificial intelligence is growing every day. At the beginning of this decade, the technological world had 25 times more data at its disposal than at the beginning of the previous one. This, along with the acceleration in the
development of neural networks over the course of about 10 years, favours its further applications. Today, they are also used by the public and private sectors in the Czech Republic and Poland.
Both our countries have similar ambitions to use artificial intelligence to accelerate development, and thus make up the technological and economic gap that separates us from the rest of Western Europe. In this report, we look at these intentions, and try to assess how far the process has advanced and what else can be done to accelerate it.