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On June 26, 2019, the Bauman Moscow State Technical University, BMSTU, held a scientific workshop on "Sociality and Digitalization: Boundaries of Autonomy”. The event was organized by BMSTU together with Business Competence Development Center. The key topics for discussion included artificial intelligence, big data and digitalization of all spheres of public life, “new sociality” and prospects for digitization of social space in connection with the adoption of the 2017–2030 Strategy for the Development of an Information Society in the Russian Federation, approved by the Executive Order.


On June 26, 2019, the Bauman Moscow State Technical University, BMSTU, held a scientific workshop on "Sociality and Digitalization: Boundaries of Autonomy”. The event was organized by BMSTU together with Business Competence Development Center. The key topics for discussion included artificial intelligence, big data and digitalization of all spheres of public life, “new sociality” and prospects for digitization of social space in connection with the adoption of the 2017–2030 Strategy for the Development of an Information Society in the Russian Federation, approved by the Executive Order.

Nikolai Markotkin, RIAC AI Project Coordinator, spoke about “Russian Industrial Engineers in the Context of the IV Industrial Revolution” in the framework of an expert session on “Sociality and Digitalization: the Boundaries of Autonomy”. Reports were made by RIAC experts, including Elena Seredkina, Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy and Law, Perm National Research Polytechnic University, Head of the International Department of the Federal Center for Robotics, and Igor Shnurenko, writer and journalist.

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