PM Morawiecki: Poland wants to team up with France in technology
Poland wants to cooperate with France in changing Europe's industry and invest in future-oriented industrial sectors, PM Mateusz Morawiecki said on Friday at the Warsaw Meetings, an annual Polish-French economic forum.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Industry 4.0 revolution were among the leading themes of this year's event.
Among the high-tech areas that could "change the technological face of Europe," PM Morawiecki named the Internet of Things, Machine Learning and Industry 4.0, as well as electric mobility.
He also underscored the importance of defence programmes, stressing that both Poland and France were ready to invest in their military potential.
Digital Affairs Minister Marek Zagórski said that the Polish government wanted to streamline the operation of its administration through such technologies as AI and blockchain.
The Warsaw Meetings have been organised since 2013 by the French-Polish Chamber of Commerce (CCIFP) that brings together some 450 companies with Polish and French capital.