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The digital revolution is knocking on the door. Russia, open it!

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Introduction



There is a big difference between the challenges to Peter the Great, the Bolsheviks and the challenge from the time of Emperor Nicholas I or modern Russia.

The first two spoke of a challenge in the extreme conditions of war.

Peter carried out his project under the threat of a serious external threat, Charles XII planned to divide Russia, take away Ukraine and the northern territories.

Sweden was a strong European state that terrified its neighbors. The young "lion" Karl defeated in turn all of Peter's European allies. But the project of modernization and external westernization launched by the tsar not only ensured the victory of Russia, but brought it to the leading states of Europe, and therefore the world.

The Bolsheviks took power when Russia already de facto fell to pieces, the war was lost because of its complete inability to wage it both by the high command and the general: what is the priest, such is the parish.

They not only gathered the country, but created a superpower with real allies and challenges for competitors.

In more favorable conditions, Nicholas I missed the challenges that were not a direct threat.

The king behind the revolution (the European struggle against reaction) did not consider the essence: the industrial revolution.

The economic gap between Russia and the West, not so noticeable at the beginning of the XNUMXth century, became enormous after the leading Western states, England, France and Germany, went the way of the industrial revolution. Russia, at the top of military power when Nicholas I ascended the throne, at the end of his reign was defeated at the local theater of war.

You can’t fix anything in the past, and when you whitewash such a past, you can’t see the present. Therefore, it is important for the splendor and tinsel of the external successes of the kingdom of Nicholas I, as well as his descendants, not to lose the real meaning stories.

Why do we pay so much attention to the events of the nineteenth century?

Because it is from there, and not from the "calling of the Varangians", the Tatar-Mongol yoke, or the beginning of Muscovite Rus that a trail of modern problems stretches, including a key reason for the 1917 revolution.

Not the mythical money of the German General Staff "made" a revolution in the country, but Nicholas I and his children and grandchildren, who missed the industrial revolution, which had to be "passed" in the twentieth century at the cost of huge sacrifices.

As a result of the changes that took place in 1991, Russia, counting only the Russian Federation as it, simultaneously dramatically lost its territory, population and economic values, became a civilization with a “catching up type of development” that constantly fulfills endless challenges, many of which, being internal in form, are external and / or inspired by external content forces.

There is no end to the challenges, and during the period of the beginning of a new economic system or a new digital revolution with the intensification of the global economic crisis, the challenges increase - like changes in digital technologies, right under Robert Metcalf’s Network Effect Act.

It’s getting harder and harder to cope with them, they really seriously distract (to put it mildly) the state apparatus from the current planned order of government, if it (government), of course, exists in the Russian Federation.

A huge, but systemically and structurally weak state control machine can cope with problems if they are small and do not arise as often, but when calls fall constantly and non-stop, and they are seriously larger than just “trees on the track”, a failure is inevitable:

The governors did not doze off,
But did not have time:
Waiting, it happened, from the south, looking, -
An from the east climbs the army.
They will help here, dashing guests
Go from the sea ...

Moreover, there can be no question of any challenges from our country / civilization.

Where do we go?


Earlier we saw that Russia as one of the world civilizations developed according to its historical laws. We wrote about this in a number of articles on VO.

Due to an external threat (for the first time, and for the second time, also with the aim of ensuring welfare and a decent life for the majority), two successful modernization projects were implemented.

During which, gradually, painfully and difficultly, a formula was found for the possibility of interaction between Western technologies and the country's civilization code. These projects successfully existed - each about a hundred years. Successfully, because the first ensured the acceleration of the country before the start of the industrial revolution, and the second fed the population of the economically degraded country for thirty years after the fall of the socialist project, right up to the start of the digital revolution.

On the eve of everything else, a pandemic of cognitive dissonance is rampant in the country.

Here are its important parts.

On the one hand, as during the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth, the ruling elite is absolutely pro-Western, blindly copying its style, methods of work, actions and institutions, periodically dressing in national “costumes” in the past and not even bothering it with the present, hiding behind patriotism for the masses who stubbornly believe in a better share.

On the other hand, one can observe the fatalism of the Russian Orthodox consciousness - “belief” in holy and eternal Russia. About the perniciousness of this view of the country's development prospects and the future, S. G. Kara-Murza wrote in his cult book “Manipulation of Consciousness”:

“Nobody believes that Russia can collapse - not such species have ever seen. Yes, so far I have always managed to get out of the pit, but it does not follow from this that such an outcome is guaranteed. ”

With numerous clashes and wars between Russia and other countries, only three events in Russian history were a real threat to civilization as such. Not the defeat and surrender of territories and material values, but the direct threat of losing their identity: it was a period of “turmoil” - the first Russian civil war, the Great Northern War and the Great Patriotic War.

Today, a new challenge is on the agenda - the digital revolution. It does not just lead to technological lag. Details will be considered in the continuation of this article, but here I ask you not to identify this era with the “smartphone”.

Therefore, an optimistic view of the future through an erroneous interpretation of history is, frankly, unjustified and generally unscientific. The history of civilizations says just the opposite: they perish. But still I want to believe in the best ...

So, probably, the Greeks believed that “everything will be fine,” during the eight-year blockade of Constantinople at the end of the fourteenth century, fifty years before the final fall of the Romance (Byzantine) civilization.

There is no ford in the fire


In the framework of the economic crisis that has erupted in the world and in the Russian Federation, the challenge for the new digital revolution still remains the most important for us.

And we still don’t even have an answer to the question: is digital technology a goal or a method?

The meaning of this approach is clear: when there is no ability and desire to do something with your hands, it is better to sink the problem in discussions.

In this regard, a significant and indicative discussion took place between N.I. Kaspersky and A. B. Chubais at the 2018 Digital Forum in St. Petersburg: a dispute that can be described as a dispute between a practitioner and a government official.

Chubais tried to argue on the hype. He drew an attempt to something

"To withdraw within our own borders, cut ourselves off from everything, including Telegram, and proudly continue to rot in these conditions."

Why 1/6 of the planet Earth, closed, should only rot, he did not explain.

Chubais noted:

“That is the challenge to the country, including in the field of the digital economy, that we need to construct not just our own software, but we need to construct our own paradigm of our development in this digital economy, which we can’t get to. And this challenge, perhaps, is almost more important than all that we are talking about here. "

In response to the search for a “soft paradigm”, N. I. Kasperskaya reasonably objected that the absence of Google in China does not make the Chinese less happy:

“... apparently I suffer a fatal tongue-tied, because for some reason no one understood me. I really do not urge at all to follow the Chinese path. ”

And if N. I. Kasperskaya leaned on specifics, then A. B. Chubais, as the overwhelming majority of the country's top officials, never uses clear phraseology in his speech, such as, for example, “we planned and made,” only abstract and turned into the void "necessary, necessary, necessary."

“Then thoughts transferred imperceptibly to other subjects,” as N.V. Gogol wrote on a similar occasion, “and finally God entered where he knows.”

The head of the "development corporation", instead of telling what a breakthrough was achieved by the company he led, praised Ilona Mask and repeated about the "necessary."

And all this in the presence of the head of the Chinese giant in the "figure" - Huawei, developing by leaps and bounds.

Of course, when you hear from the blue screens the constant “need” of senior officials (“you have to figure it out, it's time to do something about it”, “you need to knock down the sosuli in the XNUMXst century, after all, not with crowbars, but with lasers”, etc. p.), you get used to this “necessary”, but ...

Kaspersky, as a system engineer and practitioner, unlike our government officials, did not engage in campaigns, but clearly proposed goals and means. Why do we need it (happiness) and how to go about it in the digital revolution.

I repeat, unlike officials who offer to digitize everything as yet another bureaucratic companionship.

An Abraham who will not lead to anything sensible, except for the wasted money of citizens.

Kaspersky says specifically. Feel the difference:

“Then we choose priority, for example, industry. The Ministry of Communications says “smart industry”, of course. We want to increase labor productivity - this is the task. How will we do? Yeah, we’ll use such and such technologies. ”

She further emphasized the idea of ​​the need to determine the direction of development of industries and to indicate where digital technologies will ensure the development of the real economy:

“... digital technologies” can provide important development for real or basic sectors of the economy, but there is no substitute for them: today this is impossible. ”

Thus, if we compare the previous modernization and the current situation with the digital revolution, then the systemic unpreparedness for challenges is striking. Is it possible to imagine that Tsar Peter I formulated the following postulates: “We need to do something”? .. That the Tsar reformer said that “at the turn of the eighteenth century it’s a shame to live like we live,” “it is necessary that our thought ”or“ scientists ”“ invented ”something,“ we must, in the end, do something ”, we must, we must, we must ...

Peter took an ax and first built a boat, then a ship, then a new city, poured guns and himself walked under the drums at the head of the regiment, he himself rode on a horse in the smoke of battle. The closest people personally knew how to do it. And he studied, studied, studied!

Digital technology cannot be a goal, as building a ship was not an end in itself for Peter! They are a radical means for the vital modernization of the country and the system.

And so that Filofei’s formula that “two Romes fell, the third stands, and the fourth does not happen” does not become only a “historical monument”, one must learn to face the truth. To start.

To be continued ...
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  1. Mavrikiy
    Mavrikiy 21 May 2020 10: 05 New
    +6
    The digital revolution is knocking on the door. Russia, open it!

    - Nobody is at home!
    - And who's talking?
    - But hto knows .... repeat
    1. opus
      opus 21 May 2020 11: 47 New
      +3
      Quote: Mavrikiy
      - Nobody is at home!

      there is. but it happens this way when "digitalization" knocks on the door to Russia


      Quote: Clever man
      Achievements of Nicholas 1 I would like to know which ones?

      1. the only crowned Polish monarch from among the Russian emperors
      2. The first railway in Russia
      3. turned Pushkin from the link
      4.Russia "the gendarme of Europe" is with him
      5. not a bad engineer
      6. yearned for an order in Russia
      Order, strict, unconditional legitimacy, no omniscience and contradiction, everything follows from one another; no one orders before he learns to obey; without legal justification, no one is ahead of the other; all obey one specific goal, everything has its purpose

      not the worst emperor of Russia
      1. Mavrikiy
        Mavrikiy 21 May 2020 12: 12 New
        -2
        Quote: opus
        6. yearned for an order in Russia. not the worst emperor of Russia

        but did not know Russia, terrible. Although he was just unlucky. I did not have time to read N. Leskov's "Iron Will". repeat
      2. FIR FIR
        FIR FIR 21 May 2020 20: 29 New
        0
        What a revolution? What kind of digitalization?
        `` The 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics became a holiday for two countries at once, for the homeland of the laureates - Russia, and for their current home - Britain. ''
        I don’t know, however, what in Russia they rejoiced when it was necessary to cry. Two talented physicists, just over thirty, for some reason left their native country ... and there they became Nobel laureates. And this example is not unique. Thousands of talented young people go abroad, because they do not find in the homeland the vector of the application of their talents and aspirations.
        So who will have a digital revolution? 20 million Central Asian comrades ...
    2. Civil
      Civil 21 May 2020 12: 46 New
      +6
      Peter took an ax and built a boat first, then a ship


      You need a king-priest again, aren't you tired? Is it really not clear what the king will do or not do, as he needs, not the people. And Peter strengthened first of all his power and he wanted to spit on the majority of the population, which in principle he did not consider people.
    3. YOUR
      YOUR 21 May 2020 12: 48 New
      +7
      You are wrong. The "Social Monitoring" program is a development of a digital tracking system for everyone. No where was it advertised about its development and suddenly bam, almost instantly with the announcement of some "self-isolation" this program appears. So no - no one is at home! Submit your photo immediately. The location is determined automatically. Always have your phone with you. And no bracelets are needed.
    4. Paul Siebert
      Paul Siebert 21 May 2020 12: 54 New
      +7
      Quote: Mavrikiy
      The digital revolution is knocking on the door. Russia, open it!

      - Nobody is at home!
      - And who's talking?
      - But hto knows .... repeat

      To understand what is knocking at our door, you need to have at least some kind of development plan for the country.
      Landmarks.
      Timing.
      Means of implementing these plans.
      And we have? Amorphous national projects, constantly breaking down and moving.
      Now, during the coronation, it is generally indecent to recall about them ...
      Yes, computer digitalization of the economy as a whole, and industrial production in particular - is a good thing!
      But it is a remedy. One of many. The important thing. But not the only one.
      Need A GOAL.
      Is there anyone who formulates it? request
      1. Snail N9
        Snail N9 21 May 2020 13: 19 New
        +3
        Here, point by point, it is chewed on what the "digitalization" of Russia really is, how it will affect all aspects of our life, right on the points, at the same time it is indicated which laws and articles of the Constitution it (digitalization) is violating. Do not be too lazy to read. Now you are all here, some are joking, others are drowning for the figure, others simply do not see "nothing terrible" in it, the fourth simply do not understand what it is .... Read it and you will understand everything. All of you will wake up very soon in a completely different country:
        https://roem.ru/20-05-2020/282321/nas-razbudyat-v-drugoj-strane/?utm_referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fpulse.mail.ru&utm_source=pulse_mail_ru
        1. Lyuba1965_01
          Lyuba1965_01 28 May 2020 22: 14 New
          0
          Where Russia will be and all its citizens is understandable and predictable. But here's how to deal with this digitalization - no one has an answer to this most important answer.
      2. Mavrikiy
        Mavrikiy 21 May 2020 13: 29 New
        +3
        Quote: Paul Siebert
        Need A GOAL.
        Is there anyone who formulates it?

        Ideology? See the Constitution of the Russian Federation. Then grandfather and cut off the bells, so as not to rattle. repeat request
  2. bober1982
    bober1982 21 May 2020 10: 15 New
    +8
    Everything is clear, they will be chipping, such a digitally vital modernization, that's what the whole conversation is about.
    1. smart ass
      smart ass 21 May 2020 10: 23 New
      -1
      Achievements of Nicholas 1 I would like to know which ones?
      1. bober1982
        bober1982 21 May 2020 10: 30 New
        0
        Quote: Clever man
        Achievements of Nicholas 1 I would like to know which ones?

        Have you asked me a question?
        1. smart ass
          smart ass 21 May 2020 18: 50 New
          0
          Aha suddenly you vkurse
          1. bober1982
            bober1982 21 May 2020 18: 59 New
            0
            Quote: Clever man
            suddenly you

            I am aware, but the question is off topic, so it’s better to remain silent.
    2. Gato
      Gato 21 May 2020 10: 24 New
      +6
      Everything is clear, they will chip

      This is at best. Or they can forcefully drive them to Forex or online casinos. wassat

      Digital technology cannot be a goal, as building a ship was not an end in itself for Peter! They are a radical means for the vital modernization of the country and the system.

      Seriously, what kind of "vital" digital technologies do "them" have and do not "us" have?
      1. bober1982
        bober1982 21 May 2020 10: 31 New
        +2
        Quote: Gato
        Or they can forcefully drive them to Forex or online casinos.

        This is nothing, but if in a brothel.
        1. Gato
          Gato 21 May 2020 10: 51 New
          +3
          and if in a brothel

          Gee, a pornhub and so on attendance is second only to social networks (although I personally don’t see much difference), but what about an online brothel? belay
          1. bober1982
            bober1982 21 May 2020 10: 53 New
            +1
            Quote: Gato
            it's like?

            Don't know guesses
          2. SRC P-15
            SRC P-15 21 May 2020 11: 03 New
            +9
            Quote: Gato
            but online brothel - how is it?

            "The eyes are afraid, but the hands are doing!" laughing
            1. Gato
              Gato 21 May 2020 15: 48 New
              +2
              Eyes are afraid
              laughing laughing
          3. _Sergei_
            _Sergei_ 21 May 2020 12: 06 New
            +1
            You pay there, and you pour it yourself at home. And everything else is the same.
      2. unaha
        unaha 21 May 2020 11: 01 New
        +8
        In short, everything. Of our own, we only have the processor architecture. EVERYTHING else is based on Western ideas and technologies. From hardware to software.
        1. Gato
          Gato 21 May 2020 15: 38 New
          +1
          In short, that's it

          I do not mean primacy, I mean the presence of technology itself.
          1. unaha
            unaha 21 May 2020 19: 33 New
            0
            I'm talking about the same thing. Unfortunately, all completely IT technologies are not ours. When in the 60-70s it was decided to copy IBM instead of developing our own technologies, we were, by definition, in the role of always catching up.
            Now here is its own architecture of processors (the same elbrus), but there are no production technologies and no one will sell them (advanced).
      3. ZAV69
        ZAV69 21 May 2020 21: 17 New
        +1
        Quote: Gato
        Seriously, what kind of "vital" digital technologies do "them" have and do not "us" have?

        Missing:
        1. Desktop OS with an office package and the possibility of group work
        2. Server OS
        3. DBMS
        4. OS for embedded devices

        We now have in stock aurora purchased for mobile devices, antivirus software
        and WORLD maps.
        There are several Linux distributions, but all they have is a hodgepodge from around the world

        So we don’t have a damn !!!!
        1. Gato
          Gato 22 May 2020 00: 40 New
          0
          Almost every ordinary user has all the software listed by you, and if you do not bother with copywriting, you can use it completely non-selectively and free of charge. I don’t think that rewriting your own axis or DBMS is currently a serious problem - but who needs it, if there is already a ready one that excessively covers all needs. In the end, the wheel and gunpowder were also invented, most likely not in Russia, but do we use them?

          Although, as far as I know, there are some problems with critical mainframes, but they are somehow solved.
          1. ZAV69
            ZAV69 22 May 2020 01: 20 New
            +1
            Quote: Gato
            Almost every ordinary user has all the software you listed

            All of the above software from an ordinary user is imported, regularly knocking on its owner through a bunch of backdoors.
            Quote: Gato
            I don’t think that rewriting your own axis or DBMS is currently a serious problem - but who needs it, if there is already a ready one that excessively covers all needs.

            Its not !!!! To write your axis and subd is an agromad problem. And no one is going to solve it, firstly no one, and secondly expensive. Kaspersky seems to have taken on the OS for any routers, only when he writes something. A DBMS did not even hear what they would write. In general, in the world, really powerful DBMSs can be counted on the fingers of one hand.
            Quote: Gato
            if you already have ready
            But who doesn’t think that this ready-made product can become cancer due to the fact that they did not pay for the license on time? Now the situation is quite real.
            Quote: Gato
            In the end, the wheel and gunpowder were also invented, most likely not in Russia, but do we use them?

            Wheel and gunpowder are made in Russia. Software is bought over the hill, and sometimes it’s not just bought, but taken on lease. Feel the difference.
    3. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 21 May 2020 11: 17 New
      +4
      Quote: bober1982
      Everything is clear, they will chip, such a digitally vital modernization

      They will chip it out, electronic money will be introduced, and paper money will be liquidated. In terms of camcorder saturation, Moscow is in second place after Beijing, and New York in third.
      1. unaha
        unaha 21 May 2020 11: 57 New
        +2
        Everything goes to that, and not only with us.
      2. Leshy1975
        Leshy1975 21 May 2020 15: 16 New
        0
        Quote: tihonmarine
        Quote: bober1982
        Everything is clear, they will chip, such a digitally vital modernization

        They will chip it out, electronic money will be introduced, and paper money will be liquidated. In terms of camcorder saturation, Moscow is in second place after Beijing, and New York in third.

        The authorities of the Russian Federation generally do not understand what they are doing and what needs to be done, for the development of course (for stuffing their pockets, everyone knows and knows how).
        Look at the same RB, more attention is paid to the development of digital technologies. Conditions are created, relevant laws are adopted. And what we have (source RBC):
        Deputies proposed to introduce fines of up to 2 million rubles. and criminal liability of up to seven years for trafficking in digital financial assets and currencies. The crypto business criticized the amendments and threatened to leave Russia.


        This law proposes an almost complete ban on cryptocurrencies and criminal liability for circulation. Who can now tell in advance what place cryptocurrencies can take in the world? Yes, definitely no one yet. But in Belarus there is a law that legalizes them. And we have a project prohibiting them.
        Why try to develop, improve, try to implement, if it is much easier to ban and not let go! Yes, I personally know people who from the Russian Federation left for the same Republic of Belarus to work in digital companies, they pay more there and prospects are better.
        A famous hit on Yandex? All actions related to digital companies and technologies in the Russian Federation will be conducted mainly in two directions:
        1) put under the total control of every citizen (cameras, chips, etc.)
        2) what from this can personally enrich the highest "elite" (squeezing companies, takeovers, acquisitions, etc.)

        PS Why is it so pessimistic? Yes, because the highest authorities of the Russian Federation do not know how differently and no longer imagine what can be done differently. At least this is evidenced by the history of the rule of both the EBN and Putin. Where, repeatedly promised development of the country?
        But because you can squeeze, and the rest - to ban and not let go!
        1. tihonmarine
          tihonmarine 21 May 2020 15: 35 New
          +3
          Quote: Leshy1975
          1) put under the total control of every citizen (cameras, chips, etc.)
          2) what from this can personally enrich the highest "elite" (squeezing companies, takeovers, acquisitions, etc.)

          1. Almost everyone is now under control, including in Russia (grannies in forgotten villages no longer count). Your electronic signatures are in networks, and hospitals and banks. Everywhere.
          2. The "upper elite" or whatever it is, and all foreign bank depositors have long been under permanent (namely under constant) supervision of the relevant structures. "Step to the side, jump in place," the bank accounts closed. Why is this Russian "elite" so kneeling across the West? Because she's hooked and works for and for THEM.
          And already point 3. With the introduction of electronic money and the destruction of paper, all residents of the country (wherever ED will be) immediately fall into an electronic concentration camp.
        2. ANB
          ANB 21 May 2020 16: 51 New
          +3
          Cryptocurrencies are very similar to "stocks" of the late 80s and MMM tickets.
          So what good is it that they are forbidden?
          Because of the miners, you can’t buy a video card at normal prices.
          1. Leshy1975
            Leshy1975 21 May 2020 17: 52 New
            0
            Quote: ANB
            Cryptocurrencies are very similar to "stocks" of the late 80s and MMM tickets.
            So what good is it that they are forbidden?
            Because of the miners, you can’t buy a video card at normal prices.

            Cryptocurrencies are no worse and no better than other exchange trading tools. Traders over there on oil futures hit. They were going to sue the Moscow Exchange after negative prices had occurred and debts were also hung on them, in addition to writing off the deposit itself. If you are talking about it. Exchange trading is generally continuous risks and this is not for everyone, and certainly not for most. But exchanges do not close. Although the exchange can earn (according to statistics) an average of only 3% of players. The rest are losing their money.
            And about the video cards. Yes, it was. But in my opinion, now they are not mining on video cards, it is not profitable. Use special equipment - ASICs.
            But the very idea of ​​digital money is really interesting. Transferring large amounts to the Bitcoin network (and not only) is now much cheaper and faster than through banks. Now, if this happens with small amounts. In general, the idea is not bad.
        3. Alf
          Alf 21 May 2020 17: 38 New
          +2
          Quote: Leshy1975
          for trafficking in digital financial assets and currencies.

          And what's wrong with that?
          Quote: Leshy1975
          Who can now tell in advance what place cryptocurrencies can take in the world? Yes, definitely no one yet.

          Like what cryptocurrency really is.
          1. Leshy1975
            Leshy1975 21 May 2020 18: 06 New
            0
            Quote: Alf
            Quote: Leshy1975
            for trafficking in digital financial assets and currencies.

            And what's wrong with that?
            Quote: Leshy1975
            Who can now tell in advance what place cryptocurrencies can take in the world? Yes, definitely no one yet.

            Like what cryptocurrency really is.

            The bad thing is that in the law in general the whole crypt is not legal, like any actions with it on the territory of the Russian Federation. In today's digital world, this is nonsense. Well, companies and users will move to foreign servers and that's it. Well, they will develop this area at Chinese, state, and Belarusian sites. Is this better for the Russian Federation? It is impossible in modern conditions, when I can even act on the World Wide Web, for example, including from home. and on the same Chinese exchanges, achieve something reasonable with silly bans. Well, not so long ago, telegrams were banned, and how are you doing? And you can develop and receive taxes from this.
            And in the end, with this approach, when everything is trying to ban everything new and incomprehensible at first, there are not so many successful projects in this area in the Russian Federation and, apart from lagging behind other countries, this will not lead to anything.
            My opinion is this. hi
            1. Alf
              Alf 21 May 2020 18: 10 New
              +3
              Quote: Leshy1975
              And in the end, with this approach, when everything is trying to ban everything new and incomprehensible at first, there are not so many successful projects in this area in the Russian Federation and, apart from lagging behind other countries, this will not lead to anything.

              And I would have done it differently. Let the neighbor build it, and I'll see what it is and where it will lead. If something good, I will do the same, if something bad, I will learn from other people's mistakes. The main thing is not to miss the moment, so that there would be no "yesterday was early, and tomorrow it was late."
              1. Leshy1975
                Leshy1975 21 May 2020 18: 43 New
                0
                Quote: Alf
                Quote: Leshy1975
                And in the end, with this approach, when everything is trying to ban everything new and incomprehensible at first, there are not so many successful projects in this area in the Russian Federation and, apart from lagging behind other countries, this will not lead to anything.

                And I would have done it differently. Let the neighbor build it, and I'll see what it is and where it will lead. If something good, I will do the same, if something bad, I will learn from other people's mistakes. The main thing is not to miss the moment, so that there would be no "yesterday was early, and tomorrow it was late."

                Here you have noticed a very important point. Maybe that's why in the Russian Federation there is not a single large (by world standards) Internet project. It is comparable in scale to neither Google nor Amazon, and if there are interesting ideas, then for some reason they are not developed in Russian jurisdiction. The same telegram or cryptocurrency broadcast (however, Vitaly Buterin left the Russian Federation as a child). Digital technologies are developing so rapidly that it’s not very good to catch up later.
                1. Alf
                  Alf 21 May 2020 19: 07 New
                  +1
                  Quote: Leshy1975
                  Digital technologies are developing so rapidly that it’s not very good to catch up later.

                  That's right, that's why you need to keep your finger on the pulse, as they say, "on a short leash" in order to have time to jump on the train.
  3. The leader of the Redskins
    The leader of the Redskins 21 May 2020 10: 28 New
    +3
    A strange historical passage at the beginning of the article ...
    But with the fact that Russia will not die, I completely agree with the author. Our country cannot be compared with a monolith. She is most likely like water. Moreover, it can be in different states: either as a quiet backwater, then as a seething, sweeping stream all in its path! Either an ice crust, then an impassable layer of ice for metal! Morning haze, fog, steam, boiling cauldron! .... Swamp ... And all this - under the influence of internal and external forces ...
  4. kin
    kin 21 May 2020 10: 39 New
    12
    The country is controlled not by Kaspersky, but by Chubais. Hence the results.
    Digitalization gave rise to a shaft of monstrous bureaucratization, because Chubais did not find another application for it. Slogans about her are another company for allocating money and for their further plunder.
    1. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 21 May 2020 11: 19 New
      +1
      Quote: kin
      The country is controlled not by Kaspersky, but by Chubais. Hence the results.

      So far, yes.
    2. really
      really 21 May 2020 11: 31 New
      +4
      The country is governed by a president elected by the people, he is personally responsible for the rest of the appointees, for those whom he has appointed, and indirectly for those who have been appointed by them. from this angle and look.
      1. NDR-791
        NDR-791 21 May 2020 11: 51 New
        11
        The country is governed by a president elected by the people, he personally is responsible for the remaining appointees ...
        Look at what angle you want !!! But still, NOT responding !!! And so since the time of Gorbachev, for each following, a personal decision was taken on the president’s non-responsibility. Now they will not deal with this nonsense every time. Once we vote for amendments to the package and that’s it ... No one is responsible for anything.
        1. really
          really 21 May 2020 13: 21 New
          +3
          As usual, the people themselves will answer
      2. tihonmarine
        tihonmarine 21 May 2020 12: 56 New
        +3
        Quote: really
        In the army, the commander is responsible for the soldier, and so on, everything is higher, sometimes the commander takes off his epaulettes or loses his position for the mistakes of his subordinates. That's from this angle and look.

        And from a different angle, it looks like this: if a commander is removed from his epaulettes and stripped of his position, then a superior person removes epaulets from him. But no one will take off his epaulettes. So I look at this angle.
        1. really
          really 21 May 2020 13: 28 New
          +1
          This is bad that they answer only to a certain level, and then the deputies and journalists should help, but those who say they don’t hear them, the others don’t hear what they say
      3. Alf
        Alf 21 May 2020 17: 40 New
        +3
        Quote: really
        The country is governed by a president elected by the people, he is personally responsible for the remaining appointees, for those whom he has appointed, and indirectly for those who have been appointed by them.

        In theory. In practice, in modern Russia, the president is "unacceptable." He is "above the fight", he is not responsible for anything.
  5. Pvi1206
    Pvi1206 21 May 2020 10: 48 New
    +1
    And so that Filofei’s formula that “two Romes fell, the third stands, and the fourth does not happen” does not become only a “historical monument”, one must learn to face the truth. To start.

    and what is "truth" - that's the question ... everyone has their own ... that's why it separates people ..
    Know the TRUTH and it will set you free ...
  6. rocket757
    rocket757 21 May 2020 10: 53 New
    +2
    The Bolsheviks took power when Russia already de facto fell to pieces, the war was lost due to its complete inability to lead as the supreme command,

    Nonsense is complete, The triple alliance was already on the verge of defeat and Russia was in the camp of future winners !!!
    Why 1/6 of the planet Earth, closed, should only rot, he did not explain.

    But it is TRUE! For a long time it was necessary to build YOURSELF! To do this, it is not necessary, at all, to isolate yourself from everyone else!
    In response to the search for a “soft paradigm”, N. I. Kasperskaya reasonably objected that the absence of Google in China does not make the Chinese less happy:
    Clever, good specialist ... but she will not be on the first roles !!! PUBLICITY does not tolerate anyone next to him, smarter than them!
    Thus, if we compare the previous modernization and the current situation with the digital revolution, then the systemic unpreparedness for challenges is striking.

    But this will come to our side once again, many, many times!
  7. Keyser soze
    Keyser soze 21 May 2020 10: 55 New
    +7
    Digitalization should be conducted with private money, by private companies. Our government has spent billions in 10 years on electronic government and the result is so-so, and the money was stolen.

    In another extreme, a private company recently opened a factory in Plovdiv, for metal processing, producing high value-added products for export, in which only robots work and it is controlled remotely. There is no living person there.

    This is digitalization, not for the money of citizens.
    1. really
      really 21 May 2020 11: 33 New
      +2
      And who serves the premises and equipment, also robots? wink
      1. Keyser soze
        Keyser soze 21 May 2020 12: 29 New
        +2
        who serves the room and equipment, also robots?


        Everything is done remotely, according to the company. I myself was not in the factory ...
        1. really
          really 21 May 2020 13: 34 New
          +5
          About 35 years ago, I walked through the workshop of the Kirov Plant, the workshop is completely automatic, not a single person, against the background of the measured humming of machine tools, a sharp hammer knock was heard, but the repairmen thought to me.
          1. Alf
            Alf 21 May 2020 17: 42 New
            +2
            Quote: really
            About 35 years ago, I walked through the workshop of the Kirov Plant, the workshop is completely automatic, not a single person, against the background of the measured humming of machine tools, a sharp hammer knock was heard, but the repairmen thought to me.

            1. really
              really 21 May 2020 17: 46 New
              +1
              Somehow this movie came across laughing
              1. Alf
                Alf 21 May 2020 17: 47 New
                +1
                Quote: really
                Somehow this movie came across laughing

                A film with very dark humor.
                1. really
                  really 21 May 2020 17: 50 New
                  +1
                  Yes, but you need to move forward, helping people improve their skills, they will learn other professions that are in demand in the market
                  1. Alf
                    Alf 21 May 2020 18: 04 New
                    +1
                    Quote: really
                    Yes, but you need to move forward, helping people improve their skills, they will learn other professions that are in demand in the market

                    It’s hard to learn a new profession when you are over 40. And you will relearn what employer needs an employee with no experience, with two or three weeks of training in non-similar courses, and even at the age.
                    1. really
                      really 21 May 2020 18: 14 New
                      +2
                      Well, firstly for 40 it's not age, I'm older smile , It’s just the time to learn from your side experience, understanding, and maybe the help of older children. And most importantly, they are not afraid to undergo interviews, telling only good things about themselves.
                      1. Alf
                        Alf 21 May 2020 18: 28 New
                        +2
                        Quote: really
                        experience, understanding, on your side

                        That is precisely why. Experience shows that nobody needs a newly made special, unless he is going to work for himself.
                      2. really
                        really 21 May 2020 18: 41 New
                        +1
                        If you can open your own business, then your professional level will be appreciated by clients and or partners, and the employer needs to be told what he wants to hear, the main thing is that health does not fail. There is always a struggle between salary and demands. Well, the question is what kind of specialty in question.
                      3. Alf
                        Alf 21 May 2020 19: 04 New
                        0
                        Quote: really
                        If you can open your own business, then your professional level will be appreciated by clients and or partners,

                        I completely agree with this.
                        Quote: really
                        and the employer needs to tell what he wants to hear,

                        Do you think that the employer was born yesterday to listen to fairy tales?
                        Quote: really
                        the main thing is that health does not fail.

                        But after 40-45, problems begin with this.
                      4. really
                        really 21 May 2020 19: 20 New
                        0
                        You didn’t quite understand me correctly, no fairy tales, the interviewer should clearly understand that you are extremely honest, my catchphrase sounded like this, my previous experience suggests that a new place requires the acquisition of new skills, the study of equipment, for which I am ready , which then corresponded to the behavior. wink
    2. Slavutich
      Slavutich 21 May 2020 19: 43 New
      +1
      And now what about the Kirov Plant and its automation
      1. really
        really 21 May 2020 19: 55 New
        +1
        I haven’t been there since 85
  8. ZAV69
    ZAV69 22 May 2020 10: 01 New
    +1
    Quote: Keyser Soze
    Everything is done remotely, according to the company.

    Duc on the fence, too, a lot of things are written. It’s just that robot technology has not yet reached the level that it would be possible to independently change a bursting hose or a burned-in insert, but what about the insert there, a knocked-out machine will not turn on.
  • Gato
    Gato 21 May 2020 10: 59 New
    +2
    My personal opinion is personal: digital technologies are on the verge of a dead end, except to increase the computing power, coverage and network bandwidth - there is simply nowhere to develop them. Even VR and AI are also a way to an evolutionary impasse.
    Better to do energy technology.
    1. really
      really 21 May 2020 11: 34 New
      +1
      They are engaged because they arrived.
    2. gridasov
      gridasov 21 May 2020 12: 46 New
      +1
      It seems, unfortunately, that Russia does not know what fundamental level questions are, namely the so-called combinatorial optimization of large mathematical data. Moreover, they do not know that all scale invariant structures in the form of graphs, matroids, etc. do not have the potential to display the transformation dynamics based on numerical algorithms and, moreover, complex multithreading. Therefore, energy is also tied to new methods of big data analysis and you are complimented that you understand the impasse of current research and development
  • Gato
    Gato 21 May 2020 11: 07 New
    +1
    Of course, when you hear from the blue screens the constant “need” of senior officials (“you have to figure it out, it's time to do something about it”, “you need to knock down the sosuli in the XNUMXst century, after all, not with crowbars, but with lasers”, etc. p.), you get used to this “necessary”, but ...


    need to learn to face the truth

    laughing
  • I am
    I am 21 May 2020 11: 32 New
    +6
    Digitalization Digital technology. This is all good. E-government is even better. Automated factories. Distance education. Complete withdrawal from cash and full transfer of all to payment by card or through a client bank, electronic documents and passports. This is all very interesting and entertaining !!! BUT !!! For those who have not read, I advise you to read a few books on the game EVE-on line. neural networks, training by loading infobases. remote control by a person of any equipment and so on. Well, and now the most important thing - the future is gradually approaching, but we are being pushed not towards the fair and bright, but towards the most perverted part of this digital future. Already ANY MAN can be left without money simply by blocking a payment card (under any pretext). the number of fraudsters with bank cards is only growing, and no matter how the banks are on the client’s side. they are only on their side. Electronic documents - without an electronic signature - this is a fiction, but in order to have a COMPLETE electronic signature it is necessary to do so that ALL documents are digital. and birth certificate, and driver’s license and passport. Now let's imagine .... that this information has leaked .... from the server, well, anything can happen (many are Sberbank, Auchan, ribbons, public services lying around in the network, many remember) ..... and what's next ???? and then, the simplest thing is that any person can suddenly become unexpected for himself someone owes a lot of money. but this is not the point. the main thing is that the complete digitalization of all systems can at any time be made ANY enterprise or MAN outlawed. just one click away. MAN can simply be turned off from society. money and documents are connected and they are digital - access is lost and a person will not even get through transport and will not buy a pie. and to prove that it exists at all, it will be unrealistic. at the same time, the stories about the other billi and universal chipization are nothing more than a distracting maneuver that allows you to hide the real movements of total digitalization and, accordingly, digital slavery of a person behind the size of the nonsense.
    1. beer-youk
      beer-youk 21 May 2020 12: 13 New
      +4
      The "delights" of digitalization are vividly shown in the ancient film "Enemy of the State" with Will Smith. But "then" and "now" with the development of technologies and appetites - the earth and the sky.
    2. bk316
      bk316 21 May 2020 14: 03 New
      -2
      this information has leaked .. any person can suddenly become unexpected for himself someone owes a lot of money.

      MAN can simply be turned off from society.


      A lot of words, but they didn’t seem to hear about blockchain ....
      1. I am
        I am 21 May 2020 14: 14 New
        +3
        And you didn’t hear a hike about pressing the DELET button either. I recommend to try in social networks, the scheme of work is exactly the same. just the profile is deleted and that's it. You may not believe it. I do not impose anything. but if a structure is created, then a functional similar to what is written in my comment there will be unambiguous .... but who will use it and how. this is another question. but about the bases of the aforementioned wallowing, not so long ago,
        on the network do not forget
  • faterdom
    faterdom 21 May 2020 11: 39 New
    +3
    Of course, when you hear from the blue screens the constant “need” of senior officials (“you have to figure it out, it's time to do something about it”, “you need to knock down the sosuli in the XNUMXst century, after all, not with crowbars, but with lasers”, etc. p.), you get used to this “necessary”, but ...

    So they should be supplied with "no". It all justifies ...
    There are no funds, no loans, no investors, no time for buildup, no mobility of the population, no executive discipline, no co-financing from city-villages, provinces, no access to Western technology, again, all are not insured ...
    But we understand what is not there: there is no responsibility, from the President (unfortunately, he is his word "master") and below, respectively. Such a small but irreplaceable detail that can fix and fix everything. Not the "hand of the market", but responsibility should be at the forefront. He promised - do it, didn't do it - go away, you can't - don't promise. Children at the age of 5-7 are vaccinated with this logic, and whoever lacks such a vaccination - only painful adjustments can be corrected, tough, so that a conditioned reflex arises, like a combination of a light bulb and an electric shock for Pavlov's dogs.
  • vladimirvn
    vladimirvn 21 May 2020 11: 48 New
    +5
    I doubt the ability of current leaders to master such a task. Their brains are busy with others. Need a strong leader. Need a will. We need the mobilization of the whole society, for a breakthrough. And with these, this will never happen.
    1. gridasov
      gridasov 21 May 2020 12: 51 New
      +3
      The future, first of all of the leading states based on intellectual and production potential, lies in the fact that the leadership of these countries will be not officials and bureaucrats, but specialists, first of all, experts in big data analysis methods who will effectively model and predict various levels of prospects for the development of events .
  • camo ridges
    camo ridges 21 May 2020 11: 50 New
    +4
    The article is very well read, all its main points
    well-reasoned and not even without some
    grace. Bravo, Eduard Vashchenko, I will look forward
    wait for the continuation ...
  • Maks1995
    Maks1995 21 May 2020 12: 02 New
    +3
    Yes, a good article. But for now, it's like an introduction.
    What happened in the past and there is little specificity.
    Unless they walked around Chubais again.
  • veritas
    veritas 21 May 2020 12: 38 New
    +9
    Thus, if we compare the previous modernization and the current situation with the digital revolution, then the systemic unpreparedness for challenges is striking.

    The system is not ready for calls, but it is ready for "pickups". It is designed to export resources and money from their sales.
  • Sergej1972
    Sergej1972 21 May 2020 12: 49 New
    +2
    Russian science at the time of Nicholas I was at the European level. Compare the volume of industrial production in 1825 and 1855. In technical, technological terms, between Russia 1825 and 1855. huge difference.
  • depressant
    depressant 21 May 2020 14: 07 New
    10
    Peter began with creation, Putin with destruction, with the goal of destroying everything Soviet. It is like a constant reproach to him for his passive participation in the betrayal of the USSR. Peter did not have a base, Putin had it in the form of a powerful Soviet industry that could be modernized with the dollar rain that poured on the country in the 10th, and in the absence of sanctions. I didn't. The scale of the personality is not the same. This is the first thing. And secondly, not for that he was put at the head of the country. He was given a narrow corridor of possibilities. But even he could not use it. The "Putin" project is a talking head for the people, so that the people do not get in the way of the stealers. A kind of planting.
    As a result of this, we can only talk about what kind of person can lead the country off the sidelines of history, where it is increasingly sliding down.
    And digitalization - I am resolutely against it in the life of an ordinary citizen. They put computers everywhere, the number of papers doubled, as did the number of officials. Digitalization is good in process modeling, in technology development, in science. I don't want to be chipped! I don't like my bank card and prefer real money. I don't like being followed. With the current level of development of computer technology, they can attribute any crime to me, creating its virtual history, and they will say: "You see? You killed that person, the tracking system showed."
    1. aybolyt678
      aybolyt678 21 May 2020 22: 16 New
      +1
      Quote: depressant
      And digitalization - I am strongly against it in the life of an ordinary citizen. They put computers everywhere, the number of papers doubled, as did the number of officials.

      Have you ever wondered why you can scold officials and accuse them of corruption? in fact, officials with a decent level of digitalization will not be needed! AI will replace them. Officials advocating for digitalization will be sacrificed to the people, they will say - these are the perpetrators of your troubles !!! trained rodents as well as free alcoholics are not needed. The people will say - Yes !!
  • aybolyt678
    aybolyt678 21 May 2020 14: 23 New
    +4
    Digital technology cannot be a goal, as building a ship was not an end in itself for Peter! They are a radical means for the vital modernization of the country and the system.

    What is digital technology? - can they be called simply informational? Are there digital bread rolls, sausages, cars ???
    In fact, I think that digital technology is just a Trojan horse for the final capture of our markets, because the sales industry needs data on our market capacity and that's it! a supermarket rises in the middle of the village and provides the peasants with cheap Argentinean beef, European pork, American legs, Chinese consumer goods, Korean telephones - you won’t be hurt about anything. The second side of digitalization is the limitation of information necessary for personal development.
    1. Gato
      Gato 21 May 2020 15: 46 New
      +3
      The second side of digitalization is the limitation of information necessary for personal development.

      More precisely, the formation of the type of personality that the authorities need
  • depressant
    depressant 21 May 2020 14: 37 New
    +4
    And just now.
    The State Duma adopted a law on the creation of a unified federal information register of information on the population of Russia. There will be everything about the person. Including the so-called relevant information.
    The operator of the federal information system provides data protection.
    In general, we arrived. The all-seeing eye, the beginning.
  • parusnik
    parusnik 21 May 2020 16: 40 New
    +3
    Shelezyak planet, there is no water, there are no minerals. It is populated by robots ... And the Brilliant Mechanic, to change the lubricant ...
  • WayKheThuo
    WayKheThuo 21 May 2020 23: 14 New
    +3
    It is useless to talk about the digital revolution "... in Urkaganate under the chanson."
    The author identified three important, critical situations for our country when it came to survival, but did not specify the reason for Russia to emerge from crises.
    But the reason is simple - there was an appropriate system of government. Either it was Peter with the "chicks" of his nest, or the Leader and his party. But in any case, people who really make decisions and have the power and will to implement their decisions were interested in leaving the country from the crises of past eras.
    No matter how prosaic it may be, any systemic technological breakthroughs are possible only if the country has created the necessary conditions for this, provided, first of all, by the state management system. Or at least a policy of state non-interference in an area where government officials have so far "neither ear nor snout."
    In our country, with the existing, practicing and rooted system of training personnel in the field of public administration, any fundamental technological breakthroughs are either extremely difficult or impossible, especially in terms of implementation on Russian land.
    Why? Yes, because it is not necessary for those in power - they are already used to going in the wake of the West, they have found their niche and they’re absolutely nothing to do, because they see their fate like this: calmly “work”, save from good salaries, save up for old age to a house in a foreign village and safely dump there to live on a pension that the ordinary citizen of the Russian Federation did not even dream of.
    There is such a writer V. Pelevin, and he has a wonderful work “Snuff”. I recommend reading to those who think that everything will form by itself.
    Not formed.
    We have already lost a very important thing - ideological self-identification, which fundamentally differed from the rest of the world and became just one of the third-rate capitalist countries.
    Now there is a process of the complete transformation of the state apparatus from the paradigm of “serving your country” to the paradigm of “earning here to live well” and any element of the digital revolution will be interpreted by officials of the new wave only within the framework of the second paradigm.
    Thus, at the moment, ideological issues and the construction of an effective public administration system are significantly more important for the survival of the country than any technological revolution.
    I think so.
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    2. Gato
      Gato 22 May 2020 01: 00 New
      +1
      I think so.

      And I'm about the same. But you limited yourself to a statement, but if you state the conclusions, then VO will have to be closed due to political unreliability.
      1. WayKheThuo
        WayKheThuo 22 May 2020 01: 19 New
        +3
        Nobody will close anyone, I assure you.
        It's much easier to let people gurgle in blogs and forums. Even writing and publishing articles is not forbidden - this is the essence, principle and the main idea of ​​the so-called freedom of speech - to chat, slam, laugh, or hoax any dangerous thought.
        But if people begin to gather in groups, the purpose of creating parties will not be "to take power", but to demand from the country's leadership to go down to earth and finally do their direct duties. When people will begin to understand that the only way to influence the state apparatus is to select worthy people to the local and Supreme Councils (not the Duma !!!). When real activists appear, whose goal will not be to move to the United States, as did the "elite" of the Young Guard, but a real reform of the country and systematic work on the ground, then repressions will begin, and then Rosgvardia and a lot of hired discourse mogulers will be needed to crush, throw mud, brand.
        But this will not help them, as dozens of governments before them did not help, because the laws of social development cannot be repealed, but they can, however, be led.
  • Old Michael
    Old Michael 21 May 2020 23: 52 New
    +1
    Dear Author!
    Apparently (and, including, the number of comments about elderberry and uncle), you have touched on such a topic that you can’t close it with one small continuation.
    Therefore, I believe that it is worth:
    - to chew the terms in liquid slurry (informatization, digitalization, e-government, and others like them), otherwise a fair portion of readers will interpret them according to the first thought that came to mind;
    - Do not forget about the Chilean Cybersin, evaluating, at least briefly, its potential, and most importantly - the possibility / expediency / risks of implementing such ideas in the current conditions (taking into account the significant change over 50 years not only information, but also political, economic and social technologies )
    I understand that such work attracts a decent dissertation ... But if it succeeds, it will be a model of higher analytical aerobatics!
    May the analytical Strength be with you!
    1. Edward Vashchenko
      22 May 2020 12: 08 New
      +1
      Dear Michael,
      You correctly noticed everything, and I will take your opinion into account, but ...
      each has its own task, in this case (when we talk about dissenters) I do not set myself the task of writing it (again), my task is to convey general information.
      It seems to me that there is no place in VO to lay out the ways out of the situation, and in this case, I will leave the "solution" outside the brackets.
      I see a problem, and more than once pointed it out in articles on this topic on VO as "cognitive dissonance", while people argue about "how good this or that king or gene was", they lose a key development factor.
      But we live with this, and not having overcome the "main thing" - it is difficult to go further, the first thing that comes to mind, soldiers do not go into battle if they do not trust the commanders and do not know why to go under the bullets, and in our case, technical forms and decisions are very important, but they are secondary without goal-setting: why go into battle?
      And it is possible only by analyzing the "history", which must be analyzed, as YOU understand.
      This is what I am trying to convey.
      The continuation of the article (it is already in moderation) from analytics is not very pleasant within the framework of the Digit.
      But the key is in my promise: two industrial missed, miss and digital! and why.

      Thank you for your optimism and wish for strength!
      1. Old Michael
        Old Michael 22 May 2020 14: 24 New
        +1
        technical forms and solutions are very important, but they are secondary without goal setting

        So this is the main question - is it possible in the current Russian realities adequate and clearly formulated by the state long-term strategic goals.
        Although, of course, you can miss the next key event even if you have the most wonderful and perfectly formulated goals ... Because, as you said very correctly, it is necessary to analyze history. By the way, Chile was mentioned for this. After all, those ideas of organizing public administration are by no means outdated; on the contrary, they will return to them.
        Thank you for your work!
        Break through?
        1. Edward Vashchenko
          22 May 2020 14: 32 New
          0
          Break through?

          The next article is that this is the question.
          Today, I'm afraid not. But:
          "If, then ..."
          1. Old Michael
            Old Michael 22 May 2020 14: 53 New
            +2
            PS In general, it seems to me unprincipled what technologies are used to process and transmit information - digital, analog or supergravity. It is important that they become an integral part of human life and society, moving into the category of critical. And if a fair part of them is imported, then this is already a threat (and if more than 20% of information technology is controlled from abroad, then this is already a kirdyk to the sovereignty of the country).
            1. Edward Vashchenko
              22 May 2020 15: 42 New
              +2
              I absolutely agree with you! Just a new stage - new threats and problems.
      2. Korsar4
        Korsar4 22 May 2020 22: 16 New
        +2
        The eternal question - to run away with everyone or to fence off?
        How similar to Westerners and Slavophiles?

        It's hard to do without a miracle. Miracles happen. But this is unprovable.
  • nikvic46
    nikvic46 22 May 2020 06: 45 New
    +1
    We need a solid scientific base. We intercept ideas all the time. And it’s not a sin. If scientists of the exact sciences are connected to these ideas. Of course, “smartphones” cannot be compared with that daunting task of digitalizing the economy. But when we are not moving progressively, it is difficult to predict. where we will come in the future.
  • nikon7717
    nikon7717 22 May 2020 09: 07 New
    +2
    Edward! The topic of a new economic order, a new industrial revolution and actually a new revolutionary situation in the world (not a country) is interesting. She's on the doorstep. Glazyev speaks about this very easily. Watch his interview on the "True Course" channel. I just brilliantly put everything on the shelves.
    You have a lot of water in the article.
    1. Edward Vashchenko
      22 May 2020 12: 15 New
      +1
      Thanks for the information.
      I am very familiar with the work of Glazyev.
      But the question is different, and my goal is somewhat different.
      Glazyev is heard only by those who are ready to hear him, but ... a huge mass believes that he is talking nonsense.
      And my articles are just an attempt to convey to those who think so - why they are wrong, hence and how you think "water".
      As long as we say: what - under Nicholas I - something developed like this - and we get stuck in these "fly in the ointment in a barrel of honey", Glazyev will be heard by a few.
      While here they write in a chat: we’ll sit, take a look, and then jump into the last car, Glazyev in this case speaks with emptiness.
      And this is important to understand - if a society is intellectually incapable of perceiving such information, specifics are little needed, like “vote with pepper”.
      Yours faithfully,
      hi
      1. nikon7717
        nikon7717 22 May 2020 18: 23 New
        +1
        Now the train is already on acceleration. We can only keep up. Here, an approach to teaching completely new generations is already necessary. We saw what a breakthrough in a century is capable of in the conditions of wars and oppression human thought. And give her freedom and disperse her. Space will be. I look forward to articles, and there will be a lot of yapping. Pawn grain.
  • NordUral
    NordUral 22 May 2020 12: 01 New
    0
    So far, only glitches knock on this door.
    She further emphasized the idea of ​​the need to determine the direction of development of industries and to indicate where digital technologies will ensure the development of the real economy:

    “... digital technologies” can provide important development for real or basic sectors of the economy, but there is no substitute for them: today this is impossible. ”

    Thus, if we compare the previous modernization and the current situation with the digital revolution, then the systemic unpreparedness for challenges is striking. Is it possible to imagine that Tsar Peter I formulated the following postulates: “We need to do something”? .. That the Tsar reformer said that “at the turn of the eighteenth century it’s a shame to live like we live,” “it is necessary that our thought ”or“ scientists ”“ invented ”something,“ we must, in the end, do something ”, we must, we must, we must ...

    Peter took an ax and first built a boat, then a ship, then a new city, poured guns and himself walked under the drums at the head of the regiment, he himself rode on a horse in the smoke of battle. The closest people personally knew how to do it. And he studied, studied, studied!

    Digital technology cannot be a goal, as building a ship was not an end in itself for Peter! They are a radical tool for the vital modernization of the country and the system..

    1. depressant
      depressant 23 May 2020 17: 45 New
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      By the way, I just dig on zen. The State Duma is considering a law on the introduction of a tax on consumers of digital information. Here I am, tapping this post on VO, consuming VO as a resource? So, they will tax me - does it happen? Or something else?
  • Mikhail3
    Mikhail3 26 May 2020 12: 24 New
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    Great article. Yes, the "elites" don't talk to us. so far, they cannot say openly - we just need slaves. We believe that when you, the "population", obey us wholly and completely, then everything will finally be fine! So far, "the population is not ripe for these words." The "elite" attribute their chronic failures to the fact that we are still not slaves enough.