Readie is a European digital policy centre.

We promote digital policies that benefit society and drive economic growth.

We help policymakers make the most of Europe’s digital economy in different ways:

We share practical ideas and innovative approaches to digital policymaking.
We connect governments and experts through our summits, roundtables and workshops.
We produce research and analysis about digital transformation.

News and Opinion

  • Opinion
    This post is an edited version of an article by Valerie Mocker, published in the huffingtonpost.de in January 2018. For 80% of us, our smartphone is a constant companion. Globally, people spend an average of 2...
    READIE
    20 February, 2018
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  • Opinion
    Governments will take the first serious steps towards regulating AI in 2018, says Geoff Mulgan No countries have yet worked out how to answer the innumerable questions posed by rapid advances in artificial intelligence (AI). That...
    NESTA
    29 January, 2018
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Resources

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    Industry 4.0 refers to connecting machines used in industrial production and supply chains to the internet and each other. This allows collecting data and automating some processes. Connected devices, also referred to as Industrial Internet of...
    12 December, 2017
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    The internet of things (IoT) is the connecting of physical devices to the internet at a large scale, allowing them to communicate with existing internet connected devices and each other. This creates large amounts of data...
    13 November, 2017
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    ‘Digital skills’ is a term used with increasing frequency, but it places a misleading emphasis on the technical skills a person needs to operate digital devices and software. The term encompasses a variety of technical, social...
    22 October, 2017
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Publications

  • publication
    Research by Readie finds differences in attitude to new technology across Europe. Swedes are digitally savvy, but risk missing out on new developments. ​Key findings Swedes say finding information quickly, being able to communicate with each...
    31 July, 2017
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    New research by Readie finds major differences in attitude to new technology across Europe, with Germans most sceptical and Bulgarians most positive about its impact. ​Key findings Research by Readie shows that attitudes to new technology...
    8 March, 2017
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