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For your information, you can find below the description of the video Japan’s Digital Minister on Advocating More Use of AI published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Television:
Japan’s Digital Minister Taro Kono advocates for more use of artificial intelligence to help overcome labor shortages caused by a population decline as G-7 digital ministers last month agreed on an action plan for promoting “trustworthy AI,” and the European Union this month took a step toward more regulation of AI tools. Kono spoke with Bloomberg’s Kurumi Mori.
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