Digital Transformation and Society: Volume 1 Issue 1 , Open Access


Table of contents

Transforming unstructured digital clinical notes for improved health literacy

Shreyesh Doppalapudi, Tingyan Wang, Robin Qiu

Clinical notes typically contain medical jargons and specialized words and phrases that are complicated and technical to most people, which is one of the most challenging…


How do firms use cloud computing to transform their organization? Evidence from a global survey

Ahmed Bounfour, Jean-Michel Etienne, Xiaolin Cheng, Alberto Nonnis

The paper aims to address the organizational transformation of firms for value creation resulting from cloud computing (CC).


Early detection of human-related risks in an increasingly digitized work environment

Magali Dubosson, Emmanuel Fragnière, Samuele Meier

Human-related risks are practices in a given organization that lead to harmful behaviors that prevent managers and their teams from achieving goals. The purpose of this article is…


Internet of Things (IoT) and the road to happiness

Norita Ahmad, Arief M. Zulkifli

This study aims to provide a systematic review about the Internet of Things (IoT) and its impacts on happiness. It intends to serve as a platform for further research as it is…


How the introduction of the COVID-19 tracing apps affects future tracking technology adoption

Christian Matt, Mena Teebken, Beril Özcan

Studies on the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) tracing apps have mostly focused on how to optimize adoption and continuous use, but did not consider potential long-term…

Enabling intrusion detection systems with dueling double deep Q-learning

Youakim Badr

In this research, the authors demonstrate the advantage of reinforcement learning (RL) based intrusion detection systems (IDS) to solve very complex problems (e.g. selecting input…

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  • Professor Robin Qiu