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Giovanni Marasco, Marcello Maida
Digestive Diseases and Sciences pp 1-2; doi:10.1007/s10620-020-06578-8

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Carla Lopez Del Puerto, Jonathan Weston Elliott, María De Jesús Torres
2012 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition Proceedings pp 25.131.1-25.131.11; doi:10.18260/1-2--20891

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Joe Tranquillo
2013 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition Proceedings pp 23.1237.1-23.1237.21; doi:10.18260/1-2--22622

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G. V. V. S. Naveen, M. Shivani, Jalla Hasmitha, D. Ajitha
Learning and Analytics in Intelligent Systems pp 545-548; doi:10.1007/978-3-030-46939-9_47

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Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science pp 1-14; doi:10.1007/s12124-020-09563-y

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Sam Alfoqahaa, Eleri Jones
International Journal of Public Leadership, Volume 16, pp 217-248; doi:10.1108/ijpl-10-2019-0065

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Samantha Davis, Bradley Collins, Stephen Lepore
Published: 2 April 2020
CommonHealth, Volume 1, pp 24-30; doi:10.15367/ch.v1i1.297

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Nashreen Nesa, Indrajit Banerjee
Public-Key Cryptography – PKC 2018 pp 85-105; doi:10.1007/978-3-662-61092-3_5

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Vikas Bhatia, Aruna Singh, Lokesh Singh
Archives of Clinical and Biomedical Research, Volume 4, pp 581-583; doi:10.26502/acbr.50170126

Alexandros M. Goulielmos
Modern Economy, Volume 11, pp 1155-1175; doi:10.4236/me.2020.116084

Abstract:
Our scientific curiosity led us to study digital revolution—DR, specifically, we asked ourselves whether DR could revolutionize the management of ships, by bringing the object of management i.e. the vessels closer to her manager ashore. We discovered that curious scientists, like Mr. Malthus T R (born in 1766), emerged during the 1st industrial revolution (1750)—and asked again ourselves what happened to his theory (1798)? We found that his theory—motivated by philanthropic considerations about working people, and in particular by the question if society can provide adequate means for their subsistence, caused three contradictory and important impacts. It seems that shipping companies will be obliged to abandon their traditional way of managing ships, i.e. from a long distance—described in some detail—and soon, after ceasing to discuss DR in world conferences—they will adopt DR, presented also in certain detail. Research frequently leads to unpleasant discoveries… Great human minds, unfortunately, supplied us with artificial realities, and so we named them, in this paper, utopians! Their utopia, however, was not about unimportant issues, but for: economic equality; disappearance of poor; equal income (and wealth) distribution; best quality of life and food; and for the benefits of technological progress! Society let technology to oblige people to learn a 2nd profession during their life; to get unwillingly a pension at 65 years of age, by the force of law, while they are certainly fit to work till 80. In addition, our society, in an urgent need of an intensive care, has to beat COVID-19, which took already the life of 289,000 fellows by 12th May, 2020.
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