Digitalization is not a new concept, but with the social distance measures caused by coronavirus crisis we testified an invasion of the digital in our lives. Suddenly, even those who were resisting asking food through apps or work in digital environments had no other choice than embrace digital.
But digital does not built a new world, but layers existing societies, with their rules and inequalities. Besides, digitalization can also be associated with automation of decision making, which is in turn based in past and sometimes not so fair decisions.
What can we expect in terms of changes in activities, socialization and inclusion in the next years? What does it mean, in 2022, to turn something into digital?
Prof. Dr. Benedikt Berger
Professor for Digital Transformation and Society - Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatik of the University of Münster
M.A Fabio Senne
Coordinator at NIC.BR and P.hD. Candidate at DCP-USP
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