One of the notable challenges of today is to offer the European Union a proper legal (regulatory), economic and social context for promoting artificial intelligence, as it can help defeat challenges in many instances (f.e. combating unemployment, or the aging society).
The main goal is to make artificial intelligence operable in Europe, meaning how to keep workplaces next to automation, creating a balance between technological and human capacity. Development and change related to these need to be based on European common values, needs to be ethical and accepting. A good artificial intelligence is based on a proper quality and quantity of data, and its processing with reason. In Europe, there’s a low demand for artificial intelligence professionals, and so, active experts are looking for jobs in other countries. Even so, if we want AI to serve Europe, the best experts of the topic should be kept on the continent.