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Digitalization as a New Paradigm of Economic Progress

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Digitalization that challenges us, instills a sense of progress, gives autonomy and makes us feel a bright future. It is viewed as a result of the large-scale use of digital technologies in the mode of modern integration processes in the international space in order to enhance economic progress. Based on this goal, we reveal the degree of influence of the generation of digital technologies on the transforming factor of economic growth. They tend to argue that digitalization has become a critical necessity in all spheres of the economy, which is the basis for long-term success. Analyzing the use of digital technologies as a “core” of interaction between science, business and government, we prove the inevitability of economic growth, an increase in the quality of human life and the prosperity of society. We identified ways to consistently implement Russia's coordinated strategy based on the use of digital technologies in all spheres of economic and social activity. Justified the introduction of the “digital spirit” into economic life, especially in the development of artificial intelligence technologies, as an accelerator for achieving global advantages and reducing risks in modern economic development in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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This work was supported by the National Research Nuclear University MEPhI.

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Nosova, S., Norkina, A., Makar, S., Arakelova, I., Fadeicheva, G. (2022). Digitalization as a New Paradigm of Economic Progress. In: Klimov, V.V., Kelley, D.J. (eds) Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures 2021. BICA 2021. Studies in Computational Intelligence, vol 1032. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-96993-6_38

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