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Scientific and Technical Revolution: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

  • Elena G. Popkova
  • Bruno S. Sergi
  • Reflects international aspects of the influence of the scientific and technical revolution on economic systems

  • Includes the proceedings of the conference “Artificial Intelligence: Anthropogenic Nature vs. Social Origin,” held on December 5–7, 2019 in Krasnoyarsk, Russia

  • Written by leading experts in the field

Conference proceedings ISC 2019

Part of the Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems book series (LNNS, volume 129)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxvi
  2. “Intelligent” Technologies and Artificial Intelligence: Promising Directions of Application in Present-Day Economy

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Andrey V. Olyanitch, Marjet P. Akhidzhakova, Zaineta R. Khachmafova, Elchin A. Gashimov, Bella N. Akhidzhak
      Pages 3-11
    3. Gilyan V. Fedotova, Veronika S. Epinina, Tamara V. Stepanova, Evgeny N. Bardulin, Ramzan V. Gipaev
      Pages 12-21
    4. Tatiana L. Melekhina, Victoria A. Pobedushkina
      Pages 30-39
    5. Irina S. Baghdasarian, Natalia V. Raznova, Anastasia N. Rusina, Irina V. Filimonenko
      Pages 40-48
    6. Nikolay Y. Leontiev, Victor P. Kuznetsov, Alexey Y. Ivanov, Nadezhda D. Ivanova, Aleksey A. Ivanov
      Pages 49-57
    7. Nikolay Ya. Leontiev, Anna F. Plekhanova, Aleksey A. Ivanov, Nadezhda D. Ivanova, Kirill I. Kolesov
      Pages 58-64
    8. Igor E. Mizikovsky, Elena V. Shpilevskaya, Tatyana O. Tolstykh, Maksim M. Kutepov, Artyom A. Sirotkin
      Pages 65-73
    9. Olga A. Nikolaichuk, Nina M. Lizunova, Larisa Yu. Obukhova
      Pages 74-82
    10. Roman Yu. Boldyrev, Slavyana Yu. Boldyreva, Asiyat A. Vakhabova, Olga L. Tychina
      Pages 83-92
    11. Natalia A. Orekhovskaya, Tatiana N. Seregina, Elena I. Zamaraeva, Dariya Yu. Kushnir
      Pages 93-102
    12. Natalia S. Andryashina, Ekaterina P. Garina, Elena V. Romanovskaya, Victor P. Kuznetsov, Alexander P. Garin
      Pages 113-121
    13. Ekaterina P. Garina, Elena V. Romanovskaya, Natalia S. Andryashina, Alexander P. Garin, Svetlana N. Kuznetsova
      Pages 122-130
    14. Ekaterina P. Garina, Elena V. Romanovskaya, Natalia S. Andryashina, Victor P. Kuznetsov, Yaroslav S. Potashnik
      Pages 131-139
    15. Elena P. Kozlova, Ekaterina P. Garina, Elena V. Romanovskaya, Natalia S. Andryashina, Anastasia O. Egorova
      Pages 140-149
    16. Victor P. Kuznetsov, Altynay S. Adzhikova, Marina S. Romanova, Elena P. Kozlova, Evgeny A. Semakhin
      Pages 150-159
    17. Elena N. Agibalova, Igor B. Ilovaysky, Yanina Y. Kayl, Viktoria A. Usanova
      Pages 160-170

About these proceedings

Introduction

This book presents a system view of the digital scientific and technological revolution, including its genesis and prerequisites, current trends, as well as current and potential issues and future prospects. It gathers selected research papers presented at the 12th International Scientific and Practical Conference, organized by the Institute of Scientific Communications. The conference “Artificial Intelligence: Anthropogenic Nature vs. Social Origin” took place on December 5–7, 2019 in Krasnoyarsk, Russia.

The book is intended for academic researchers and independent experts studying the social and human aspects of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the associated transition to the digital economy and Industry 4.0, as well as the creators of the legal framework for this process and its participants – entrepreneurs, managers, employees and consumers. It covers a variety of topics, including “intelligent” technologies and artificial intelligence, the digital economy, the social environment of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and its consequences for humans, the regulatory framework of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and the “green” consequences, prospects and financing of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. 

Keywords

Innovational Development Scientific and Technical Revolution Socio-economic Systems Modern Russia Cybernetics

Editors and affiliations

  1. 1.Moscow State Institute of International RelationsPlekhanov Russian University of EconomicMoscowRussia
  2. 2.University of MessinaMessinaItaly

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