This report focuses on highlighting recent research findings about the impact of technological transformation on regional development and discusses the related policy implications by bringing examples of concrete policy measures.
This report focuses on a review and analysis of recent policy actions across EU Member States that address the industrial recovery through research, technology and innovation. The report begins by identifying the main drivers of industrial transformation before and after Covid-19.
This report focuses on analysing the consequences of artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics-based automation on industry and work, the related human-machine systems and human-computer interaction, and the need for policy to support a positive transition and mitigate the potential risks. Automa
The way technology is produced and diffused across different countries and regions tends to be uneven.
Scaleups have been found to drive innovation and investment activities and are also key to foster the digital and green transitions of our times. Over half of the high-growth startups implement digital technologies such as Artificial Intelligence or Big Data.
As digital transformation is accelerating around the world and an increasingly larger share of the interactions is hosted online, citizens, companies and governments are being more and more exposed to cyber threats and digital crimes.
Skills and talent are key to enable the digital and technological transformation process and safeguard the competitiveness of European industry given the fact that innovation comes from the creativity and skills of individuals.
European industry is facing technological, socio-political and climate change challenges. The transition to climate neutrality is the most urgent challenge of our times and calls for bold and courageous actions for and by industry.
Inspired by similar initiatives implemented in Germany and the Netherlands, the Ministry of Economy first presented the Smart Industry concept for Slovakia at a high-level conference in March 2016. The government adopted the strategic direction of the paper on the 29th of October2016
The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg embarked in 2015 upon a deeply collaborative process for the creation of a strategy to build on the country’s existing record and reputation as a digital and smart Economy Leader of Europe.