As a result of the digitisation process, 87 percent of Polish companies want to maintain or increase their staff levels over the next two years while only 7 percent want to cut jobs, a report by workforce services provider ManpowerGroup shows.
Poland has made digitisation a cornerstone of its economic policy, in the context of fostering economic growth and innovation.
Archaeologists from the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, southern Poland, have developed a professional, digital guide to southern Jordan, which includes not only information about the nature and landscapes but also a word about Polish research in the region.
During the expedition to the 2,500-year-old city in Uzbekistan, the computer science experts helped save the famous Sher Dor medres Muslim theological school using the state-of-the-art 3D scanners.
A new report says that closing the digital gap on Western Europe could add EUR 64 billion to Poland’s GDP.
"We want a Poland of development, not of stagnation; we want a Poland that remembers its roots, not a Poland that cuts itself off from its history," Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said on Saturday at a meeting with residents of Wrocław (southwestern Poland).