According to Statec’s ICT study, 97% of Luxembourgish households had internet access in 2016.

In 2016, almost every home in Luxembourg (97%) had access to the internet. The few which did not either did not need internet, lacked the skills to use it or accessed it elsewhere.

Moreover, 95% of internet users are connected to the internet every day or almost every day, with 83% accessing it via their smartphone. 80% use the internet outside of their home or in their workplace.

The 2016 ICT study also revealed that only 8% of internet users did not provide their personal data on the internet. Four out of ten had read the relative clauses regarding confidentiality policies before giving out their personal information over the internet, whilst six out of ten limited access to their geographical location and/or their social media profile or content.

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LIST and Expon Capital to attract AI companies to Luxembourg


The Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology and VC company Expon Capital have joined forces to identify R&D opportunities in artificial intelligence.
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Enabling value creation from data


Data-based research can generate a multitude of knowledge in the health space, but it is a complex issue as health data is highly sensitive and protected by strict European and national regulations. The Luxembourg National Data Service is a pioneering initiative aimed at developing solutions for the safe, secure and legal sharing and reuse of data.
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A place for scaling quickly


In 2010, Lokdeep Singh came to Luxembourg to take up a new professional challenge, thinking that he would stay for two to three years. 13 years later, he has become a Luxembourg national and calls the country both an excellent location for scaling businesses on the European level – and his home.
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Data-driven research with patient impact


The access to standardised, high-quality biomedical and digital health data is crucial for translational research centre Luxembourg Institute of Health (LIH). Together with national and international partners, the LIH is part of a pioneering European partnership creating clean data lakes enabling research with real patient impact.
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“A strategic move”


In early 2023, international business consulting firm Maycode opened its EU office in Luxembourg. The choice of location was natural as the financial industry is one of its main target markets, but the company also considers the central location and exceptional international openness of the Grand Duchy as strategic assets for its future development.
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