This book examines the underlying digital technologies required to build the new digital economy. It discusses basic concepts and elements of the technologies that make a digital economy possible, such as cloud and edge computing, 5G telecommunication, blockchain, big data, and how financial technology affects both old and new industry. The book serves as a comprehensive introduction and background to anyone who is interested in the subject in order to do further research on the individual subjects included here.
- Discusses basic concepts and elements of the technologies that make a digital economy possible, such as cloud and edge computing, 5G telecommunication, blockchain, big data, and AI
- Covers financial service industries and effects of financial technology on industry
Cover Half-Title Title Copyright Contents Preface Chapter 1: Introduction to the Digital Economy 1.1 Digital Economy 1.2 Infrastructure for the Digital Economy 1.3 Data Center Evolution References Chapter 2: Cloud and Edge Computing 2.1 Cloud Computing 2.2 Edge Computing 2.3 High-Performance Computers 2.4 Quantum Computers and Quantum Communication References Chapter 3: 5G Telecommunication 3.1 5G Communication Technologies 3.2 Software-Defined Network (SDN) 3.3 Private 5G 3.4 Beyond 5G References Chapter 4: Blockchain and Other Digital Economy Infrastructures 4.1 IoT Devices and Sensors 4.2 Semiconductors 4.3 Evolution of Computers Driven by AI 4.4 Blockchain References Chapter 5: Big Data and Artificial Intelligence 5.1 What is Artificial Intelligence? 5.2 How is Artificial Intelligence Created? 5.3 Machine Learning 5.4 Big Data 5.5 AI Applications 5.6 The AI Market 5.7 Government’s Role in AI 5.8 European Approach to AI 5.9 Fusion of AI with Biotechnology 5.10 AI and Blockchain References Chapter 6: What’s New in the Digital Economy? 6.1 Use of Blockchain to Secure IoT Data 6.2 Blockchain and Credit Card 6.3 Cross-border Retail Business 6.4 Counterparty Platform Dapps 6.5 AML & KYC 6.6 O2O Business 6.7 Third-Party Payment 6.8 Mobile Wallet and Payment Transfer 6.9 European Security Settlement Platform 6.10 Credit Rating System References Chapter 7: Financial Services Industries 7.1 Fintech 7.2 Blockchain and Fintech 7.3 Technology-Driven Fintech 7.4 Global Fintech Landscape 7.5 Major Global Fintech Companies 7.6 TechFin 7.7 Blockchain Technology for Banks 7.8 Crowdsale and Crowd Prediction 7.9 Building MDL for Financial Services 7.10 Digital Currency References Chapter 8: Trading and Lending 8.1 Security Trading 8.2 Commodity Trading 8.3 Energy Trading 8.4 Alternative Trading System 8.5 Peer-to-Peer Lending 8.6 Online Lending 8.7 Microlending and SME Lending References Chapter 9: Renewed Industries 9.1 Wealth Management 9.2 Insurance 9.3 Supply Chain Management 9.4 Healthcare 9.5 Food Industry 9.6 Defense Industry 9.7 Cybersecurity 9.8 Autonomous Vehicles References Chapter 10: Industrie 4.0 10.1 The Fourth Industrial Revolution 10.2 Equipment Automation 10.3 Factory Automation 10.4 Data Automation 10.5 From Product Design to Market References Chapter 11: Smart City 11.1 What is a Smart City? 11.2 Smart City Projects in the World 11.3 Smart City Project – Transportation 11.4 Smart City Project – Utility Management 11.5 Smart City Project – Crime Prevention 11.6 Smart City Project – Healthcare and Disease Prevention References Chapter 12: Governance, Legal Applications, and Regulation 12.1 Governance and Voting 12.2 Regulatory Applications and Issues 12.3 Overcoming Privacy Issues in Data Collection 12.4 Land Title Registration and Real Estate 12.5 Law and Justice 12.6 Protection of Intellectual Property References Chapter 13: Conclusion 13.1 Near-Future Positive Impact 13.2 Future Job Market 13.3 Wealth Redistribution 13.4 Technology-Empowered Extremism 13.5 Longer-term Impact References Index
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