Google to establish an AI hub in France

14/02/2024 | Reuters

Google is expanding its footprint in France with a new hub dedicated to artificial intelligence (AI). Its French hub will be located in Paris and house around 300 researchers and engineers. A statement by the French Finance Ministry confirmed that the establishment of the hub underscores France's position as a leading tech centre. The country's President, Emmanuel Macron, has pushed for the growth of the tech sector in France, which has traditionally trailed behind the United States and the UK as a software and finance hub.

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