Spain will develop an artificial intelligence language model for Spanish and co-official languages

Pedro Sanchezannounced this Sunday that the government will work to develop a large-scale artificial intelligence (AI) foundation model, specifically trained in Spanish and co-official languages, with an “open and transparent” code.

The President announced this project in his speech at the welcome dinner Mobile World Congress (MWC), the world’s largest trade fair Mobile technologywhich took place at the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya (MNAC) and was attended by, among others, the King and the President of the Generalitat, Pere Aragonés.

The Barcelona Supercomputing Center and the Spanish Supercomputing Network will participate in the initiative together with the Spanish Language Academy

The Barcelona Supercomputing Center and the Spanish Supercomputing Network will participate in the initiative, along with the Spanish Language Academy and the Association of Spanish Language Academies.

In addition to Spanish, the new language model will also be implemented in Spanish Catalan, Basque and Galician.

The intention is to also include Ibero-American countries in the project, Sánchez added in the presence of the President of Paraguay. Santiago Penawho began a multi-day working visit to Spain in Barcelona.

“We strive for Spain to play an important role in the development of artificial intelligence at the international European level,” said the head of the executive in his speech to the board of the Association of Mobile Operators (GSMA), organizer of the MWC event.

Given the challenge posed by AI, Sánchez emphasized the need to increase the use of this technology in business and science systems, as well as in public policy making.

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He also defended a balance between technological advances and “a necessary humanistic vision to avoid bias, prejudice and the undermining of democracy.”

Global governance of digitalization

Sánchez defended a balance between technological advances and “a necessary humanistic vision to avoid bias, prejudice and the undermining of democracy.”

“The entire effort has to be coordinated. For this reason, we defend global governance of digitalization that goes beyond European borders,” he added.

The first speaker at the dinner was the mayor of Barcelona, Jaume Collboniwho pointed out that “without social progress there will be no digital transformation.”

For this reason he stated it was “urgent”. regulate the use of screens and social networks from the youngest and do not neglect to fulfill the responsibilities that come with the use of technology.

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