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Számítástechnika 48 ( 1 ): 20 . Fehér , P. – Varga , K. ( 2017 b): A digitális átalakulás lehetőségei a magyar bankszektorban [The Potential for Digital Transformation in the Hungarian

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refer to the specific system of this particular field of law. Given the passage of time and changes in circumstances - especially in the context of the spread of new technologies to all areas of life - in the era of the digital transformation of the

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1 Introduction There is no doubt that digitalization 1 is one of the most significant megatrends nowadays, and it seems to be the next step in globalization ( Lee et al. 2019 ). Digital transformation is reshaping economic processes, the labor

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Society and Economy
Authors:
Dóra Horváth
,
Katalin Ásványi
,
Attila Cosovan
,
Tamás Csordás
,
Julianna Faludi
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Daniella Galla
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Zita Komár
,
Éva Markos-Kujbus
, and
Attila Endre Simay

, interpreted as formal learning, belongs to the services industry, we should note that digital transformation has gained global attention and prominence in services, due to the pervasive nature and proliferation of recent digital advances. If IT

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1 Introduction Researchers interpret digital transformation mostly as support for the transformation of relationships [ 1–4 ]. The digitization transition is one of the most decisive global megatrends, covering all areas of the economy and society

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1 Introduction One of the most significant changes in the financial sector is the emergence of financial technology (FinTech) companies and innovations in parallel with the growth of digital transformation

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The spread of digital culture is one of the biggest reprogramming of humanity, radically transforming our economic, social, and cultural models. One of the keys to success of this transformation, and to preventing the spread of digital divides, is the development of a variety of literacies. These literacies describe the success of society and business to thrive in the digital space. In this article, we introduce a new concept of action literacy (online trust literacy) and examine its functioning from both a social and a business perspective through two primary research studies. After defining the phenomenon, we examine it from two sides: the first part examines the dimensional structure of trust from the perspective of society (through a large, representative sample-based survey), while the second part analyses the building and operational mechanisms of trust from a business perspective (through a small sample of exploratory data collection). The main implications of this study are to demonstrate the Janus-faced nature of this new kind of literacy and the ambiguity of digital culture to better understand the toolset of information recipients and providers. The result of our research is the introduction of a new concept of action literacy and its operationalisation, resulting in an interpretation matrix.

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A globális tudás piaca

Marketplace of the Global Mind

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Author:
György Csepeli

Összefoglaló. A koronavírus-járvány megmutatta, hogy mennyire törékenyek az emberiség jólétének alapjai. Steven Pinkernek igaza lehet abban, hogy az emberiség még sosem élt oly jól, mint a 20. és 21. század fordulóján, de abban senki nem lehet bizonyos, hogy a trend folytatódik. A klímaváltozás, a migráció, a civilizációk békésnek nem mondható együttélése, a globális egyenlőtlenségek és a pénzügyi rendszer elszabadulása eredményeképpen planetáris idiotizmus jelent meg. A világ minden korábbi korszakhoz képest változékonyabb, bizonytalanabb, kétértelműbb és komplexebb társadalmi-természeti valósággá lett, melynek megismerése, kikutatása az egyetemeken és a kutatóintézetekben munkálkodó tudósok dolga. A vírusjárvány nyertese a digitális szféra, ahol a tudás globális piacterei nyílnak. Az emberiség jövője azon múlik, hogy visszatalál-e a szolidaritás értékeihez, melyek megtartották a Földön.

Summary. The coronavirus pandemic has shown how fragile are the grounds of human wellbeing on earth. Steven Pinker can be right stating that humankind has never lived so well than at the turn of the century but no-one can be sure that this trend will not end abruptly. Climate change, migration, increase of global inequalities the belligerent coexistence of civilisations and the unleash of the financial system have resulted the emergence of planetary idiotism. The world has never been more volatile, uncertain, ambiguous and complex than before. Studying and knowing this world is the task to be done by scholars working in research institutes and universities. The winner of the coronavirus pandemic has become the digital sphere where the global marketplaces of the knowledge production and distribution operate. The future of mankind depends on the willingness to return to the primordial values of solidarity that helped the human survival.

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digital transformation and to improve their skills and innovation. 2 Literature review Even though we regularly use the expression ‘Industry 4.0’ as an everyday terminology, a single definition of it cannot

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Authors:
Lajos Kis-Tóth
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Enikő Gulyás
, and
Réka Racsko

://goo.gl/yVdsZv [Letöltve: 2017. 01. 15.] 28 Panel, I. L. (2002) Digital Transformation: A Framework for ICT Literacy. Educational Testing Service. https://goo.gl/oBqEkU [Letöltve: 2016. 09 10

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