Impact of the worldwide trends on the development of the digital economy
The aim of the article is to develop a new model of the digital economy as a new scientific direction of the philosophy of economics. Analysis methodology is the use of methods such as cross-cultural, systemic, synergetic, informational, axiological, cybernetic to develop a new model of the digital economy as a new scientific direction, in the context of which a new information space is being formed. The problems of solving the digital economy are taking place against the backdrop of new trends - globalization 4.0, Industry 4.0, Enlightenment 2.0, Agile management, in the context of which there is a transition from simple interconnection to hyperconnection and the spread of Moore's law, according to which there is a doubling of information. The results of the study. 1) The development of the digital economy as a new scientific field, which is based on a combination of concepts of informatization, digitalization, robotics, developing under the influence of global trends is studied. 2) It has been established that the digital economy contributes to technological progress and, under the pressure of global trends, develops a variety of economic models of scientific, technical and digital progress, which are based on the solution of problems of man, science, society. 3) The problematic issues of the digital economy and the conditions for its solution are identified. Conclusions. The prospects that the digital economy opens up thanks to modern technologies representing a technological breakthrough are analyzed. The digital technology network is designed so that it moves with the least loss and the smallest pieces of calculus are at the heart of this new constant flow system. All this indicates that in the context of globalization and the BIG DATA era, humanity is entering a new stage of calculus, when information doubles in accordance with Moore's law.
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