The Large European AI Models (LEAM) initiative wanted Germany to help fund its hoped-for European version of ChatGPT — but the government has other ideas.
“The mundane problem is that the money is not there,” Jörg Bienert, chairman of the German AI Association, which is behind LEAM, told POLITICO. “That’s actually very sad because we’re not investing in our future at all right now,” he added.
LEAM consists of scientists and researchers who want Europe to catch up in the artificial intelligence race and not be stuck relying on foreign technology. Essential to…
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