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Economia digital
Economia dos dados
Plataformas digitais
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SILVA, Victo José; BONACELLI, Maria Beatriz Machado; PACHECO, Carlos Américo. O sistema tecnológico digital: inteligência artificial, computação em nuvem e Big Data. Revista Brasileira de Inovação, Campinas, SP, v. 19, p. e0200024, 2020. DOI: 10.20396/rbi.v19i0.8658756. Disponível em: https://periodicos.sbu.unicamp.br/ojs/index.php/rbi/article/view/8658756. Acesso em: 23 jun. 2024.

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O avanço das tecnologias digitais na última década motivou análises a respeito de uma nova era no capitalismo. A maioria delas, contudo, é estreita em escopo, por abordar apenas tecnologias isoladas. Além disso, são curtas em temporalidade, por não reconhecerem os vínculos destas tecnologias digitais com o bloco de tecnologias de informação e comunicação precedentes. Propõe-se no presente trabalho uma visão de escopo mais amplo e temporalidade mais extensa para preencher estas lacunas. Conceituou-se o Sistema Tecnológico Digital (2010-2020) como o cluster de inteligência artificial, computação em nuvem e Big Data. Este cluster gera três fluxos de inovações: digitização, algoritmização e plataformização. As relações autocatalíticas entre as tecnologias deste cluster e entre sistemas prévios de TIC indicam continuidade histórica. No entanto, o fenômeno da comoditização de dados que se desdobra deste sistema configura-se como descontinuidade histórica de monta.

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