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The economics of the Digital Transformation – XIII

Distributed Ledger Technologies impact Economy is all about exchange of assets. They may be tangible, like objects, or intangible like services, knowledge, data, activities. As Digital Transformation shifts the focus and  biz to the cyberspace more and more emphases is put on intangibles (this is actually something that has been …

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The economics of the Digital Transformation – XI

Leveraging Distributed Knowledge As Digital Transformation becomes more pervasive the value of the cyberspace will increase, as part of the value rooted today in the world of atoms shifts to the cyberspace. Tools to manage data (platforms, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, big data, Digital twins,  AR/VR) already make up a …

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The economics of the Digital Transformation – X

Cognitive Digital Twins for humans In a manufacturing workflow humans are (still) playing an important role. Hence modelling the workflow requires modelling the human activity as well. A cognitive digital twin shall take the human role in the workflow as an integral part of the model. At this point the …

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The economics of the Digital Transformation – IX

Cognitive Digital Twins as Intelligent Behaviour As presented, Cognitive Digital Twins were invented for the factory floor to bring processes in the cyberspace. However, the very word chosen, “cognitive”, immediately link to the peculiar capability of humans: “cognition”. This is defined as: the mental action or process of acquiring knowledge …

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