The European Liberal Forum has launched two new publications focused on Europe’s digital challenges including digital autonomy at the latest developments on 5G and 6G.
The first study, Decoding EU Digital Strategic Autonomy: Sectors, Issues, and Partners, published by ELF and edited by Emeritus Professor Gerard Pogorel, Antonios Nestoras and Francesco Cappelletti, addresses a range of key concerns and opportunities associated with developing the EU’s strategic digital autonomy, from research and education to strategic deployment of resources. The collection of up-to-date analytical papers written by leading experts provides food for reflection and a better understanding of what the EU needs to do to strengthen its position in the international digital domain of tomorrow.
The second study, Europe’s Future Connected: Policies and Challenges for 5G and 6G Networks, edited by Professor Erik Bohlin and Francesco Cappelletti, focuses on these and other essential aspects, such as the most appropriate policies and regulations in Europe, while at the same time offering a perspective on the world’s significant pioneers in the deployment of this technology.
5G and 6G are excellent platforms from which to reconsider how Europe should organise its relationship with technology and such related notions as strategy, resilience, and autonomy. This is because the ubiquity in terms of both application and innovation that accompanies these new communication technologies represents a potential to strengthen the domestic market while at the same time revolutionise the way we communicate.
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