Tales from the road to making the UK a science and tech superpower
In July 2020 the UK Government set out an R&D roadmap that aims to help the UK become a science and innovation superpower. To help meet that ambition techUK has been discussing with our members how we get there and what our priorities should be.
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As the UK looks to respond, adapt, and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, urgent, sustained, and collective action will be needed to reignite different layers of our economy and society.
The Advanced Research & Invention Agency (ARIA), will be a new independent research body to fund potentially transformational scientific research
Why is this change so important, why does it matter and if it does happen what could this change actual mean?
In our latest podcast, techUK’s tech and innovation programme explores the role and impact of Edge Computing in business transformation in 2021 and beyond.
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techUK’s Technology and Innovation Programme explores key transformative technologies driving the UK’s digital economy, society and Industry 4.0 including AI, digital identity, cloud, data analytics and emerging technologies such as quantum and RPA. By exploring the convergence of technologies and identifying opportunities to drive adoption and deployment and conducting horizon scanning to identify future technology trends it ensures techUK remains relevant as the technology industry evolves.
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