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Bible of Digital Transformation to Be Presented until End of March, Pierrakakis Says

February 22, 2020
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ATHENS – “We will present the bible of the digital transformation until the end of March,” Digital Governance Minister Kyriakos Pierrakakis said on Friday addressing a conference entitled Quo Vadis AI, held at a downtown Athens hotel.

The minister said that the main strategy of the country will be included in this bible “which for the first time concerns general targets of system planning and specialised actions” underlining that “we will proceed with the development of our own national strategy for artificial intelligence immediately after the first part of the bible of digital transformation is published.”

Pierrakakis reiterated the important role of education and skills development in order for the market to be able to align with the technological acceleration.

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