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Category IIR Working Paper
Author Kimura, Megumi
Article Title The Laws of Innovation: Nature and art of societies
Institution Hitotsubashi University IIR
Number WP#21-01
Release Date 2021/01/06
Abstract In this paper, we have updated the laws of imitation for innovation in the digital age. The results show that innovation is the expression of knowledge, technology and economy that symbolizes the nature and art of societies or the roles of machine and human of the age, and it can be looked back on as an history of transportation and communication. Science and the Art is no more dominated by upper class, and the status of engineers and managers is more established than in 19th century. Needless to consider the idea of mutation or quantum jump, there are no reasons to continue imitation games to struggle for life in classic fields. Ironically, to move in this direction, we must first identify the differences between the virtual world or the images of societies, which has been invented and copied by hands analogically, and the real world where we live, work, and communicate. In the age of digital reproduction, innovation research itself would be evolved as an experience of creative destruction, celebrating the age of democracy and the world of diversity.
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Register date 2020/11/02

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