A Digital Revolution that works for everyone.
Computers have come a long way. From the feeble beginnings of 70 years ago, we are progressing towards ubiquitous computing. What used to be machines of industrial scale can now be fitted into the size of a grain of sand. Computers are not only small - they are everywhere: from space to the pockets of your trousers, from (almost) self-driving cars to cardiac pacemakers. Together with the ever-increasing connectivity of these devices, a wave of transformational changes have begun challenging our most fundamental concepts of society and economy.
Josef WEIDENHOLZER, S&D vice-president for Digital Europe