In an era of rapid transformation, we sometimes have to rewind to the oldest concepts in human history to fully comprehend business.
This year at the Digital Age Summit we will discuss “trust.”
The traditional methods of business are only a distant memory for most industries today.
We enjoy the charm of novelties and the excitement of moving forward. However, we sometimes overlook an important consequence of digitalization: As technology evolves, so does our conception of trust. The trust between economical and social actors are being restructured in various ways by the digitalized world.
How do various rising social platforms differ in their approach to maintaining trust between socioeconomic actors in the digital era?
Does the rise of cryptocurrencies, occurring as a challenge to central authorities, indicate an end to the traditional perception of trust in the money market?
Will the influence of data security scandals, widespread use of fake news and discussions on automation alter our definition of trust?
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