“It's hard to say what exactly in the process of digitalization scares and gives the impression that it is advancing aggressively. It is possible that active digital processes have coincided with the restrictions associated with COVID-19. Distance technologies in education, for example, both students and teachers had to master the forced and "hastily". Someone unexpectedly had to spend the family budget on a computer. Someone got a deuce for a broken microphone or for not being able to master an electronic diary. Perhaps the problem is that widespread digitalization is associated with an increase in the transparency of many, sometimes completely unexpected processes. It is one thing, for example, to give a lecture once in the audience, and another thing when this lecture in video format will be stored on the Web for decades. Previously, only a few professors published their lecture notes, now every word of the teacher is recorded almost forever. It must be said that wages and salaries may not change, although its volume increases significantly. Or take a medical consultation online - it requires a much more serious attitude to personal data and requires special, secure networks and messengers. Those who are responsible for digitalization, probably, should pay close attention to the peculiarities of the perception of these processes by the population, so that the pluses from it significantly prevail over the minuses in people. It is important for a person to know that increasing transparency will not lead to a restriction of his freedom, will not harm him and his children. It is important for specialists to understand how an increase in labor costs will ultimately lead to an increase in their competencies and an increase in pay for their work. In this case, I think the number of fears and myths around digitalization will significantly decrease. " Photo: FederalPress / Elena Mayorova
An Expert On Increasing Digitalization. "It Is Important For People To Know That It Will Not Harm Freedom And Health"
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