Forward with Foresight

Taylor, J. M.
January 1996
Computer Journal;1996, Vol. 39 Issue 7, p561
Academic Journal
The article offers the author's insights on the role of Technology Foresight programme as a supporting initiatives in boosting economic development in Great Britain. He states that the programme's goal embraces the quality of life and several economic issues including wealth, job creation, and maintenance. He mentions that the Information Technology (IT), electronics and communications (ITEC) industry in Great Britain is the fifth largest producer of ITEC equipment in the world.


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