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A Ubiquity symposium is an organized debate around a proposition or point of view. It is a means to explore a complex issue from multiple perspectives. An early example of a symposium on teaching computer science appeared in Communications of the ACM (December 1989).

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New in Ubiquity: 

"Digital Economy"

Opening Statement: The past, present, and future of the digital economy By Maja Vukovic and Kemal Delic

The Evolution of the Digital Economy By Irving Wladawsky-Berger

The Economics of the Digital Economy By Ted G. Lewis

Electricity Consumption by ICT By Erol Gelenbe

AI for Environmental Intelligence in the Digital Economy By Jagabondhu Hazra, Shantanu Godbole, Kommy Weldemariam, and Maja Vukovic

Dark Innovations in the Digital Economy By Peter Denning

AI Powers the Digital Economy By Jeff Riley

Exploiting the Digital Economy for Product Realization in Manufacturing By Paul Witherell and Soundar Kumara

To Be Published

  • "The Rise of Intelligent Enterprise: Twenty years later" By Umesh Dayal and Kemal Delic
  • "The Underestimated and Durable Benefits of Cryptocurrency Mania" By Andrew Odlyzko
  • "Digital Economy as a Complex System" By Jeffrey Johnson and Kemal Delic
  • "Immersive Environments Re-Emerging in Digital Economy" By Maja Vukovic and Kemal Delic
  • "Closing Statement: Beyond the hype of the digital economy" By Maja Vukovic and Kemal Delic

Previous Ubiquity Symposia:

"Workings of Science"

"Big Data"

"The Internet of Things"

"The Technological Singularity"

"MOOCs and Technology to Advance Learning and Learning Research"

"The Multicore Transformation"

"The Science in Computer Science"

"Evolutionary Computation and the Processes of Life"

"What is Computation"