The Scottish government has set out plans to focus on ethics and inclusion in its use of artificial intelligence (AI) within the public sector, publishing an AI strategy that maps out a set of new bodies and governance structures.

Scotland aims to become a centre of expertise in “trustworthy, ethical and inclusive AI”, the strategy says. It wants to influence global standards and regulation on AI, establishing new international partnerships to amplify Scotland’s voice.

It also predicts that the right environment for AI research, skills and delivery programmes will make Scotland attractive to investors.

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