What have we learned from coronavirus?

No doubt we learned a lot but I would rather look one step behind the picture than wash our hands and I’d rather be say we’ve learned to listen to scientists talking about hygiene in the 19. century. Unfortunately, the whole world has learned that we are reactive, not proactive, on these issues. We learned we were unprepared. We have learned that the world has no strategic plans for such matters. These are actually the first things that come to mind. Now is the time to talk about the philosophy and perspective of the new world in the post-pandemic process. Without vision, there will be no strategy and no action, so here’s a post-pandemic vision of the new world.
Public interest in food
In the past, ensuring the right of the citizen to receive information would continue to work in the media even on Chinese special days and periods. Now information can be accessed from anywhere and in every way. In other words, the public interest duty of the media has disappeared, though not fully. But it is essential that our food chain works no matter what.
Food for survival is a mission-critical condition of the food industry. While there used to be a critical process at the point of disclosure, now the food sector, and especially its production, is taking a critical position. Therefore, it becomes clear that it needs to be nationalised and inspected before other sectors which are at critical point.
Binary world order is changing
The industrial society and the information age that followed were always forcing us to make “either or” based choices. It’s either capitalism or socialism. But first we found that socialism and then capitalism alone were not enough. We’ve heard a lot of people say that social capitalism can be the solution instead of the wild capitalism that we’re into right now. So now it seems that every election will not be exactly a renunciation.
Kooperation rather than competition
Our world of binary choices will perhaps evolve into a bit of uniqueness. By Singularity, I mean singularity, it’s about what we can’t give up. ” One life live it“,” there is no other world ” slogans for the one, the only and indispensable ones we define; instead of competing to have them, we will care about the co-operation to make them exist. One reason the outbreak was so effective was that the world could not look at problems from a vision of co-operation.
Of course, this will not happen through different “entity”s, but rather through virtual communities. Teleworking
Remote work has become a trend, before it has even moved on to the Post-pandemic process. This was a topic that had already been talked about for a long time and remained the antant of society, and this crisis accelerated its implementation. Some locations that were temporarily closed due to the pandemic probably won’t open again. Investments to be made for the requirements of a location independent study will accelerate. For example, institutions in this type of digital transformation will invest in software and algorithms that measure the work efficiency of their employees instead of desks and chairs.
Online Education
The world of Education began to use online education very intensively, not remotely. Unfortunately, although no educational institution has a personalized case-specific solution in the first phase, we will gradually see personal solutions. The diversity of the Video conferencing software market will continue until after a while the software that is the solution to different problems takes over the market.
Meanwhile, parents who feel that the only method of education for children is to go to school will also experience a likely enlightenment. It seems that this crisis has also created an anachronia. Teachers turning to artificial intelligence will take place before caregivers turn to robots. Of course, if we look at the picture from a step back, it also shows that the evolution of software will take place before hardware.
The end of the central structures is coming
First we saw cryptocurrencies on decentralized Block chain technology in the financial system. We have seen one of the defacto of the central structure in the health sector along with the pandemic before we officially started the use of these funds for international exchange. Integrated hospital structures became the meeting places of viruses. Of course, the bigger problem with these structures is that patients use them by sharing solutions. The health system, which could not predict the build-up here, was severely damaged by the outbreak. In the era of the post-pandemic we will probably face a distributed health care system.
Dystopian or utopian?
It seems that the world’s new order in the post-pandemic age will be very much related to who is in power. Thomas Friedman describes the utopian era as “super-empowered individual.” I also think that the post-pandemic era will turn into a utopian world,only with the passing of power to the people.

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