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Professor Andreas Kaplan observes that Europe is completely lagging behind China and the US, which are massively investing in Artificial IntelIigence, but that universities could play an important role by preparing their students for the world to come.

ESCP Europe’s Berlin campus Rector, Professor Andreas Kaplan, built upon his published research work on European higher education and digitalisation, including the recent article on Artificial intelligence (AI) he wrote with Professor Michael Haenlein, in which they included case studies showing the potential and risk of AI regarding universities (among others), to write an article on The Conversation which explains that (higher) education institutions across Europe could help it make up its delay in the AI race by promoting digital humanism. He summarized his thoughts in the video above.