Latin American Artificial
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The Latin American Artificial Intelligence Index offers a comprehensive analysis of the state of AI in 12 Latin American countries. AI is transforming our region, and this research seeks to be a benchmark to assess its progress and accelerate its development for the benefit of all its inhabitants.
This study provides a detailed analysis of the global situation of AI in twelve countries in the region: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay. Each fact sheet elaborates on specific findings for the ILIA study dimensions: Enabling Factors, Research, Development and Adoption, and Governance.
Chapters of the Latin American
Artificial Intelligence Index
This chapter addresses the baseline conditions for the deployment of a robust AI ecosystem in Latin American and Caribbean countries. It includes three sub-dimensions: Infrastructure, Data and Talent Development, in addition to an approach to the labor market situation. It provides a detailed analysis of the results obtained, outstanding cases and relevant gaps. Valuable tool to understand the current state and areas for improvement in the basic conditions that enable the development of AI.
Research, Development and Adoption
This chapter focuses on the level of maturity of the research, development and adoption ecosystem for Latin American and Caribbean countries. It includes three sub-dimensions: Research, Innovation and Development, and Adoption, in addition to an approach to the evolution of the academic collaboration phenomenon within the region. Relevant document to visualize the state of progress in applied matters and regional participation in the generation of knowledge at the global level.
This chapter presents the situation of the institutional and regulatory environment that frames the development of AI in the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean. It includes three sub-dimensions: Vision and Institutionality, International Linkages and Regulation. It shows the existing gaps in this area and the relevance of taking advantage of multilateral collaboration spaces to jointly advance in the face of the challenges of AI.
Social perception of AI
The chapter measures the public perception of AI in Latin America and the Caribbean present in digital media and social networks in 12 countries. Understanding this perception is essential to legitimize the advancement of the discipline, influence funding and technological adoption at the public and private levels.