In the Whirlwind of Digitalization
published: April 25, 2019, recorded: April 2019, views: 331
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Presentation “In the Whirlwind of Digitalization” gives insight into the ambivalent impact of digitization on human and his ecosystem. These are pluses and minuses of digitization, which represent opportunities and threats. What are these challenges, and how to use them to gain the benefit of life and work of an individual and beyond? How to enrich business processes and wider social processes by digitizing, and not to stray? Examples are based on some stunning solutions of modern ICT, with an emphasis on artificial intelligence and the question of what is missing in these results. Everything from the perspective of a human who decides about himself/herself and society, and manages ecosystems in all dimensions. The presentation concludes with digital competencies with a special emphasizes on organizational sciences.
This invited talk was recorded at the 38th International Conference of Organizational Science Development: "Ecosystems of Organizations in the Digital Age", Portož, Slovenia, 2019
We wish to thank prof. dr. Zvone Balantič from University of Maribor, Faculty of Organizational Sciences for recording and providing the video.
Prof. Dr. Vladislav Rajkovič is a professor emeritus of information systems at University of Maribor, Faculty of Organizational Sciences, and a senior researcher at the Intelligent Systems Department at Jožef Stefan Institute. His research interests focus on information systems and artificial intelligence methods for supporting decision processes and education.
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