In this section you find key documents and evidence on how the AI ecosystem is currently shaped in Europe and around the world:  AI in EU Member StatesAI Watch Resources - Official EU documents on AI - International initiatives on AI (

The feed below aims to provide a space for sharing reliable and up-to-date resources from the AI community to the AI community. Add here positions, papers, video recordings, links and any kind of content that can help bringing the AI discussion forward!

Can't see the "add a post" button? Log in here and if you are on mobile scroll until the end of the page.

Books om shelves of a big library
Photo by Yury Nam

AI Talent in the European Labour Market. LinkedIn Report is out

LinkedIn published a new report, AI Talent in the European Labour Market, to help provide leaders new, evidence-based insights into the state of play when it comes to AI talent. The report is the first to map where Europe’s AI talent is today and how it compares to other countries.


One key finding is that while Europe has a relatively smaller pool of AI talent compared to the US, it has strong ecosystems in place - driven by large, well-established companies in the industrial champions in Member States. With the right investments in training, further strengthening AI hubs and diversifying the workforce, policy leaders and businesses can help that talent diffuse across more industries and countries.


Read more here



AI Artificial Intelligence digitiseEU digitalIndustry industry stakeholders EUCommission policy