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18
March

Prof. Dr. McAfee: The Companies set aside most of their investments Information Technologies

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Prof. Dr. Andrew McAfee, the founder of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Digital Economy Initiative, spoke on the fourth day of the Second Century Economy Congress held by the Izmir Metropolitan Municipality. He said "Each year, an increasing number of businesses devote the majority of their investments to information technology." The world is changing as a result of digitization."
Prof. Dr. Andrew McAfee, the founder of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Digital Economy Initiative gave a presentation entitled “The Dematerialization Effect: How Can We Grow the Economy While Consuming Less Natural Resources and Using Digitalization?"
“The world is now varying with digitalization”
Prof. Dr. McAfee began his speech with the following statements : “We are here to construct a better economy and future. He touched on the companies of technology in his speech. “More and more companies are dedicating most of their investments to information technologies each year. The world is now varying with digitalization. When we look at this century , we see that we spend more money on digital products than anything else every year. The Technology is improving rapidly.
McAfee who exemplified from digitalization in the automotive industry, pointed out to the final situation in software. While McAfee presenting information from the area of stock exchange, He also talked about the change experienced by the 100 largest companies in the USA over the course of 20 years. McAfee also said: “ We never tried to end the capitalism in no way. We didn't turn our backs on growth. We have always tried to grow in the economy. We have never embraced not to grow up.
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