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Microsoft pledges 3 billion euros to enhance AI infrastructure in Germany, focusing on building data centers and skill training. The investment aims to strengthen the European AI landscape and support digital transformation.

Investment Aimed at Enhancing AI Infrastructure

Microsoft has pledged to invest 3 billion euros over the next two years to enhance artificial intelligence (AI) infrastructure in Germany. The announcement was made by Brad Smith, the company’s president and vice chairman, at an event in the German capital outlining Microsoft's future engagement plans for AI and cloud development in the country.

Focus on Data Centers and Skill Training

The investment will primarily focus on building new data centers in Germany and training individuals in developing AI skills. This significant commitment underscores Microsoft's dedication to advancing AI technology and supporting the digital transformation of industries in Germany.

Strengthening European AI Landscape

The move comes amid a growing trend of major technology developers investing in Europe. Recently, the French Finance Ministry revealed Google's plans to establish a new AI-dedicated hub in France. These initiatives reflect the increasing importance of Europe in the global AI landscape.