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Mozilla partners civil foundations to start European AI Fund

Thursday 24 September 2020 | 09:41 CET | News
Mozilla announced on its blog the start of the European AI Fund, a group of national, regional and international foundations in Europe that are dedicated to using their resources — financial and otherwise — to strengthen civil society. Hosted by the Network of European Foundations, the fund will seek to deepen the pool of experts across Europe who have the tools, capacity and know-how to catalogue and monitor the social and political impact of AI and data driven interventions — and hold them to account. 

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