УДК: 338.439

DOI: https://doi.org/10.36887/2415-8453-2022-4-29

Murakhovska Liudmyla,
Postgraduate Student, Admiral Makarov National University of Shipbuilding
Suslov Vladyslav,
Postgraduate Student, Admiral Makarov National University of Shipbuilding, https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6345-5131
Horovoy Oleksiy,
Postgraduate Student, Admiral Makarov National University of Shipbuilding, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8155-7905
Hristoforov Vadim,
Postgraduate Student, Admiral Makarov National University of Shipbuilding, https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9460-2130

JEL classification: E22; F01; F02; O00; J00

Russia’s war against Ukraine strengthened the processes of development of the digital society. Today, to ensure society’s safety, distance forms of education, work, provision of services, and consultations with the help of information technologies are increasingly being chosen. Military actions on a significant territory of Ukraine lead to the deeper digital transformation of society. That is why the analysis of the prospects for the development of the digital society under the conditions of martial law is quite relevant and timely. The purpose of the article is to research the prospects for developing a digital society under martial law. The process of researching the prospects for developing the digital society in martial law conditions was carried out. It was determined that the advantages of the introduction of digital technologies for society are the process of accessibility to the involvement of decision-making, openness and transparency, accountability, innovation, feedback, and increasing efficiency and productivity. The analysis of the use of artificial intelligence in Ukraine under war conditions was carried out. It is emphasized on the prospects of using robots for demining the territories of our country, where almost a third of the territories are mined. It is outlined that robots are already being used for demining the de-occupied territories of Kharkiv Oblast. The prospects for using digital tools that will contribute to the victory of our state over the occupier through the development of the digital economy in terms of entrepreneurship and export using an inclusive approach have been determined and will ensure post-war recovery. It was emphasized that the use of electronic logistics and its integration into the European transport and logistics system, as well as part of the pan-European network of start-up associations, is promising. The provision of grant activity will contribute to attracting financing, creating new jobs, and increasing the competitiveness of the national economy. In general, it is proposed to develop a model considering the characteristics of the state and the experience of countries after military conflicts and using modern digital tools. Finally, the problems hindering the development of the digital society in Ukraine are revealed.

Keywords: digital society, digitalization, martial law, post-war recovery, tools.


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The article was received 22.11.2022