Have your say on the future of investment in Europe’s digital economy
Until 25 October 2019, the European Commission is running consultation on the orientation of the first two years of its proposed Digital Europe programme. In the period 2021-2027, the programme will invest in digital technologies with the potential to make a difference to European citizens and businesses.
What are your views on the ongoing digital transformation of our society and economy? What do you think Europe’s role should be? How can we best ensure that citizens, businesses and public sector reap the benefits of the latest digital technologies?
The Commission is currently planning the Digital Europe programme, which would bring direct investment worth a total of €9.2 billion (subject to the agreement of the Council and the European Parliament) for the deployment of innovative digital technologies in five key areas: supercomputing, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, advanced digital skills, and ensuring a wide use of these digital technologies across the economy and society in line with Europe’s ambitious sustainability goals and values. Its goal will be to improve Europe's competitiveness in the global digital economy and increase its technological autonomy, by building capacity, testing digital technologies, and deploying them.
The Digital Europe programme will complement the support for connectivity made under the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) and is also based on the Tallinn Digital Summit declaration of September 2017.
Visit the consultation page to learn more about the Digital Europe Programme and have your say! Deadline for contributions 25 October 2019.
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