Dzień Cyfrowy: 23 marca w Rzymie
Building on the European Coal and Steel Community, the Treaties of Rome signed 60 years ago planted the seed of what became the European Union and have brought peace, economic prosperity and social progress. Today, digital is to Europe what coal and steel were 6 decades ago. It has the same huge potential to improve peoples' lives, to reinventing our way of working and to raise investments in the future, bringing huge economic potential for European innovation. Digital will strengthen European economy and society so that business can thrive in the global digital transformation.
Celebrating the Treaties of Rome and looking into our common digital future, the Digital Day will put Europe’s digital challenges and future in the spotlight. It will explore the exponentially increasing role of digital in daily life of Europeans, their economy and society.
The event is organised around industrial competitiveness and societal challenges, and it will bring together Ministers, high-level representatives, key stakeholders in four different sessions:
- Europe as a global player in high performance computing
- Digitising European industry
- Towards connected and automated mobility
- The impact of digital transformation on jobs and skills
Ministers are expected to take the floor and are invited to sign declarations committing to concrete progress in high performance computing and connected and automated mobility. They will also drive forward the digitisation of European industry and address the social dimension of the digital single market.
Earlier, we use to say that all the roads go to Rome. Nowadays, digital networks and highways mean that all European citizens can get involved: all sessions will be web streamed and our social media channels (#DigitalDay17) will give you the possibility to join the debate.
Check the agenda in order to have more information on the event.
Źródło: Komisja Europejska: Jednolity rynek cyfrowy Europy
Data wydarzenia: 2017-03-23
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