In Roskoshestvo note that the new trend was to work from home. Despite its almost twenty years of existence, working remotely until the very last “prekrastno” all the time, except for some segments of the IT and freelance, as well as some people of creative professions, was seen as a fallback to the usual office activities. In practice it turned out that even ordinary office with relative ease takes the transition to the remote mode, and Zoom video meetings or Skype to completely replace, and sometimes surpass the effectiveness of the usual meeting.
the Ministry said that the delivery services also have become very popular. The majority of Russian Internet users (67%) during the isolation made purchases online, and one in four (26%) had delivered food to the house. These are the results of a study conducted by the Analytical center NAFI in April 2020.
Another trend became telemedicine. “Remote medicine, high tech medicine (for example, using neural networks) and mobile medicine joined together during a pandemic to help doctors and patients. So, remote pre-diagnosis (and mobile diagnostics on circumstantial evidence) COVID-19 has become an important factor that enables people experiencing symptoms of medium intensity, not to visit a doctor and get help remotely,” – said in the statement.
In Roskoshestvo believe that the pandemic will change the attitude to the news: “Fake news” has ceased to be a value judgment, it is now a strict variable on the basis of many parameters, focusing on the value of which neural network algorithms of social networks will grant or deny certain information messages status of “fake news” – explain the experts.