Publikation

Global Crises and the Role of BISE

Oliver Thomas, Simon Hagen, Ulrich Frank, Jan Recker, Lauri Wessel, Friedemann Kammler, Novica Zarvic, Ingo Timm

In: Business & Information Systems Engineering (BISE) 62 4 Seiten 385-396 Gabler 8/2020.

Abstrakt

The COVID-19 pandemic has surprised the modern world and has presented challenges on an unprecedented scale. Within a few months of the first case being reported at the end of 2019, almost every country in the world is now affected (WHO 2020). Restrictions on public life were not made fast enough and, in some cases, were not sufficient to stop the global spread. Here we see the dark sides of globalization. The crisis is coming with an intensity undreamt of for today’s generations, affecting all areas of life and, at least temporarily, fundamentally changing them. The social, economic and political effects are clearly noticeable and solutions are being sought everywhere to mitigate the crisis and both its direct and indirect consequences. The discussion section "Global Crises and the Role of BISE" elaborates on these challenges from different research perspectives.

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Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz
German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence