The U.K. government has used the London Tech Week that is taking place this week as the platform to unveil a series of proposals that aim to make the U.K. a global tech superpower.
On Monday (June 13), different members of the government revealed a new U.K. Digital Strategy that would bring “cross-government tech and digital policies together in one unified roadmap for ensuring digital technology, infrastructure and data drives economic growth and innovation in the coming years,” said Tech Minister Chris Philp.
The Digital Strategy focuses on six areas, including rolling out world class digital infrastructure, stimulating innovation through R&D, providing tech skills, encouraging financial digital growth, spreading the benefits across the country and collaborating with international partners.
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