The ideology of information and computer technology as a vector of development of intellectual resources in a digital society
AbstractThe relevance of the study of this problem is that information and computer technologies contribute to the development of digital society, based on the development of human resources that are intellectual capital. Information and computer technology affect the development of machines that replaced people and gave rise to "technological unemployment." The purpose of the study is to show how the information revolution of the twenty-first century contributes to the reduction of labor as a result of progressive robotization. The technologies that are used today to replace people are different; the need for human resources is reduced thanks to robots, computers and other high-tech gadgets. Methods of theoretical analysis - deduction and induction, historical and logical, comparative and structural-genetic analysis, information method, which contribute to the insight into the essence of the phenomenon under study as a complex phenomenon and dynamic process. Results: It has been proven that, thanks to various well-known developments in information-computer technologies and robotics, many experts believe that society is at an early stage of the new industrial (post-industrial) revolution, which in the future can change the way people live and work just like 200 years ago made a steam engine. Technological unemployment is one of the main reasons for the increase in the overall unemployment rate in Western countries over the past 30 years. Although to some extent this is due to the demographic revolution and the changing structure of the economy in many countries, the development of information and computer technologies, as well as other types of automation and the Internet have played a significant role, especially since 2000. Findings. We have shown that many jobs with cheap labor can disappear, because the digital society focuses on the development of human (intellectual) resources. The world is turning into a digital society and the world is ruled by a figure based on intelligence, intelligence, algorithms, digitalization. The digital society consists of a set of algorithms that are controlled by information and computer technologies that penetrate digital management, which is based on intellectual-rational force represented by human resources. It is human resources that develop robotics, artificial intelligence, computerization, mechanization, robotization, which are based on robotics, artificial intelligence. These varieties of digital society will accelerate the potential for long-term productivity gains through intellectualization. Practical recommendations - to develop a small business that rests on the network of intelligent platforms, in connection with which to create jobs on the Internet and create new types of employment.
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