During the Bosch Connected World 2020 conference, held between 19 and 20 February in Berlin, Germany’s leading automobile equipment manufacturer and its chief executive Volkmar Denner announced that the company is about to launch a huge artificial intelligence training programme, to be take by 20,000 staff members by 2022. Last week, meanwhile, Bosch unveiled its new code of conduct – Codex KI – which clarifies and regulates the use of AI technology, both internally and externally. Planet Labor sets out the main points of this large-scale operation.
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