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Joint Research Centre to analyse EU’s technological sovereignty

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Commission’s evidence service will delve into European control of digital technologies over next two years

The European Commission has signed off the 2021-22 work programme for its Joint Research Centre evidence service, paving the way for analysis work on a broad swathe of policy areas including the EU’s technological sovereignty.

Approved on 4 June, the work programme will include analysing the EU’s technological strengths and dependencies “from the standpoint of current and emerging digital technologies”, according to the JRC.

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