Wrocław has potential to become Polish Silicon Valley. The city’s tech companies have experience in the area of innovation, but they often work as subcontractors. Grzegorz Rudno-Rudziński, managing partner at Unity Group and the CEO of the ITCorner tech cluster, reveals aspirations of the city to become a European technology hub and announces stronger cooperation with entrepreneurs, the city and its universities. (content in Polish)
It’s Not the City’s Gnomes – How AI Is Made in Wrocław
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