Fourth industrial revolution and its influence on social security of the state
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The article attempts to assess the trends of the fourth industrial revolution, which is a new stage of scientific information or scientific and technical revolution (the first stage of which is the third industrial revolution) as an industrial revolution in the modern era related to the transition to a new production principle, namely: scientific information, which replaces the industrial one. Positive and negative tendencies that may appear in the field of social security in Ukraine were indicated. Based on the examples of previous industrial revolutions, the conditions of the fourth industrial revolution were found to create a gap between the necessary and practical level of consumption of services providing social security, and the processes of spiritual degradation of society are intensifying. Therefore, it is necessary to improve the social security system in the future.
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