The Digital Era 1

The Digital Era 1

Author: Jean-Pierre Chamoux

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781848217362

Category: Computers

Page: 264

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For 200 years, industry mastered iron, fire, strength and energy. Today, electronics shapes our everyday objects, integrating chips: computers, phones, keys, games, household appliances, etc. Data, software and calculation frame the conduct of humankind, and everything is translated into data. The first volume in this series analyzes the stakes of the massive data which accumulate on the Internet, keeping track of our actions and gestures, the state of the world and our knowledge.

Social and Economic Transformation in the Digital Era

Social and Economic Transformation in the Digital Era

Author: Georgios I. Doukidis

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 1591401585

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 350

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Annotation Researchers, business people and policy makers have recognized the importance of addressing technological, economic and social impacts in conjunction. For example, the rise and fall of the dot-com hype depended on the strength of the business model, on the technological capabilities avalable to firms and on the readiness of the society and economy, at large, to sustain a new breed of business activity. Social and Economic Transformation in the Digital Era addresses this challenge by assembling the latest thinking of leading researchers and policy makers in key subject areas of the information society and presents innovative business models, case studies, normative theories and social explanations.

Islam, Media and Education in the Digital Era

Islam, Media and Education in the Digital Era

Author: Atie Rachmiatie

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000520156

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 821

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The proceedings of the Social and Humanities Research Symposium (SoRes) shares ideas, either research results or literature review, on islam, media and education in the digital era. Some recent issues consists of innovative education in the digital era, new media and journalsm, islamic education, human wellbeing, marketing and fintech in terms of islamic perspective, economic welfare, law and ethics. It is expected that the proceedings will give new insights to the knowledge and practice of social and humanities research. Therefore, such parties involved in social and humanities research as academics, practitioners, business leaders, and others will acquire benefits from the contents of the proceedings.

Global Competitiveness: Business Transformation in the Digital Era

Global Competitiveness: Business Transformation in the Digital Era

Author: Ade Gafar Abdullah

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429511233

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 310

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The proceedings of the "Economics and Business Competitiveness International Conference" (EBCICON) provides a selection of papers, either research results or literature reviews, on business transformation in the digital era. Nine major subject areas, comprising accounting and governance, customer relations, entrepreneurship, environmental issues, finance and investment, human capital, industrial revolution 4.0, international issues, and operations and supply chain management are presented in the proceedings. These papers will provide new insights into the knowledge and practice of business and economics in the digital era. Therefore, parties involved in business and economics such as academics, practitioners, business leaders, and others will be interested in the contents of the proceedings.

Management and Information Technology in the Digital Era

Management and Information Technology in the Digital Era

Author: Nawal Chemma

Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing

ISBN: 9781803822952

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 265

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Management and Information Technology in the Digital Era: Challenges and Perspectives explores the management and practical implications of digital information management to provide theoretical insight for managers and researchers to co-create their technology values and better understand its prospects and challenges.

Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era

Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era

Author: Nina Hall

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780198858744

Category: Political participation

Page: 289

View: 945

This title explores the role of digital advocacy organizations, a major new addition to the international arena. It provides a detailed investigation of the power that these organizations have, the ways in which they differ from traditional NGOs, their memberships and networks, and how their campaigns are launched and distributed.

Being a Scholar in the Digital Era

Being a Scholar in the Digital Era

Author: Daniels, Jessie

Publisher: Policy Press

ISBN: 9781447329251

Category: Education

Page: 180

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What opportunities, rather than disruptions, do digital technologies present? How do developments in digital media not only support scholarship and teaching but also further social justice? Written by two experts in the field, this accessible book offers practical guidance, examples, and reflection on this changing foundation of scholarly practice. It is the first to consider how new technologies can connect academics, journalists, and activists in ways that foster transformation on issues of social justice. Discussing digital innovations in higher education as well as what these changes mean in an age of austerity, this book provides both a vision of what scholars can be in the digital era and a road map to how they can enliven the public good.

Intellectual Property in the Digital Era

Intellectual Property in the Digital Era

Author: Trevor Black


ISBN: UOM:39015054382646

Category: Copyright

Page: 136

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There are fears that existing forms of intellectual property protection are insufficient for the digital era, as technology has raced ahead of legislation. This work assesses the problems confronting players in the information economy, from authors and performers to publishers and broadcasters

TIC 2020

TIC 2020

Author: Satrio Ageng Rihardi

Publisher: European Alliance for Innovation

ISBN: 9781631903205

Category: Social Science

Page: 817

View: 759

Global challenges become a very challenging phenomenon for the local wisdom in every country. High commitment and optimistic perspectives from countries are needed to prepare themselves in facing all aspects of the global challenges. Aspects of global challenges for these countries include the economic, social, cultural, political, legal, educational, technological and security defense aspects. The ability of countries to face global challenges in several aspects is also a benchmark for countries to be able to compete in a global level. Local wisdom owned by these countries can also be used as a basis for strengthening the country in order to become the country’s competitiveness to participate in competition at the global level. Tidar International Conference (TIC) proceeding has been published. This conference has brought many academics, researchers, college students, and practitioners who are sharing their progressive thougth about local wisdom in facing global challenges. The theme of TIC was “Advancing Local Wisdom Towards Global Megatrends”, with various sub-themes including: Bureaucracy Roles in Accelerating the Creative Economy, Marginalized Societies, Ethical Issues in Digital Era, Communication of Urban Society, Empowerment and Digital Activism, Indigenous Public Administration, When Millennials Take Over: Preparing for Optimistic Future of Public Service Leaders, Collaborative Governance Towards Global Megatrends, Strategic Disaster Management, Tourism Policy and Management, Artificial Intelligence and Future of Government, Developing Participatory and Responsive Legal Policy, Omnibus Law: the Opportunities and Challenges of Simplifying Legal Product, Legal Aspect on Digital and Creative Economy Era, and Legal Protection of Vulnerable Group and Disabilities. Great honour to say thank you to our keynote speaker Prof. Dr. Yos Johan Utama, S.H., M.Hum from Diponegoro University, Indonesia. Our guest speakers Prof. Yinghue Chen, Ph.D from Asia University, Taiwan, Prof. Ritthikorn Siriprasertchock, Ph.D from Burapha University, Thailand, and Dr. Rizal Abdul Hamid from Universiti Malaysia Sabah. Our invited audience Ir. H. Sigit Widyonindito as Mayor of Magelang, Indonesia, Rector of Tidar University, Dean of Faculty of Social and Political Science, Tidar University, and our dear colleague. Through this highly valuable forum, we do hope many insights and enlightenment from the speaker and all participants for a better advancing local wisdom towards global megatrends. We also expect that the future Tidar International Conference will be as successful and stimulating, as indicated by the contributions presented in this volume.

Literatures in the Digital Era

Literatures in the Digital Era

Author: Amelia Sanz

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Pub

ISBN: STANFORD:36105131707841

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 478

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The application of technology to information, communication, and culture has been through the history of humanity a key factor in social progress and well being. Literatures in the Digital Era: Theory and Praxis analyses in its twenty chapters the impacts of digital technology for the contemporary culture. The literary system is being powerfully affected in three aspects. In the first place, computer resources have been used to preserve and edit literary texts, associating to them graphical material, links with related texts or with dictionaries, and, above all, developing search tools of concordance and syntactic/semantic analysis. Secondly, we are watching the birth of a digital literature, with new generic characteristics, new creators, with knowledge of both, technological mechanisms and literary resources, and a reader capable of interpreting and enjoying texts on the screen. Thirdly, literary theory has expressed new postulates with regard to the multiple authorship of digital texts, the disintegration of the textual meaning, the intertextuality and implications of the reader in the creation process and the interpretation of the texts. These three impacts imply, for some authors, the search of a new paradigm for the creation, reading, and interpretation of digital texts, which points to a new humanism.