The agri-food industry is identified as an area that is too slow to accept technological progress, but plays an important role in the Lithuanian economy. The Lithuanian Artificial Intelligence Strategy presents the agri-food sector as one of the main economic sectors that will benefit the most from the application of artificial intelligence systems, therefore, in order to increase the productivity and competitiveness of the Lithuanian agri-food industry, it is important to implement the Lithuanian Artificial Intelligence Strategy, which can be facilitated by the identification of stakeholders and determination of their interests. In the Lithuanian agri-food industry, 6 stakeholder groups have been identified upon implementation of the Lithuanian Artificial Intelligence Strategy, however, these groups, in cooperation with each other, form new stakeholder groups, therefore, the list is not exhaustive. Stakeholder groups must be constantly analysed in order to determine their interests and expectations in the implementation of the Lithuanian Artificial Intelligence Strategy.
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