Analysis of opportunities for EU SMEs in Japan‘s Data Economy and Artificial Intelligence in connection with Robotics

By Agnieszka Kuczynska in the framework of the MINERVA Fellowship Programme

This report intends to provide an overview of current AI, robotics and data related policies in Japan. Its scope covers the government regulations, strategies and actions regarding R&D, as requested by the EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation. Market analysis and business landscape are therefore not covered in this publication.
The objective of this report is to provide a useful source of information on opportunities for European SMEs in AI and related fields against the background of policy landscape. Apart from strategy and regulation’s analysis the report contains also a section with recommendations for European SMEs wishing to collaborate with or conduct business in Japan.

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