Passing the “informational Middle Ages”

18.11.2008. Future services.

Economists call the current global crisis the first global crisis of post-industrial “knowledge economy”. One of its characteristics is an avalanche growth of volumes of information: since 1950, the amount of knowledge in the world doubled every 10 years, since 1970 – every 5 years, from 1991 – each year, by the end of XX […]

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