- 8 Jun 2018 8:13 AM
Brain Bar hosts the biggest European festival on the future each year in Budapest, this time it will all be online.
An analysis by the Economic and Business Research Institute (GVI) of the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry has noted that a significant number of Hungarian workers are employed in areas where most of the tasks could be performed by machines.
Hungarian farmers engaged in plant cultivation are open to precision technologies; in fact, 23% claim to apply them (i.e. modern technologies and digital devices) already. In the past year, the ratio of companies using digital devices in farming increased significantly, from 75% to 93%.
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