• Abstract

    The article focuses on the scientific, theoretical, and practical approaches to involving artificial intelligence in the economic and social spheres. The authors examined the main issues of intensifying the digitalization process in business activities worldwide. The paper highlights the extent of the actual and potential use of artificial intelligence in business as well as the involvement of specialists in the digitalization system. The authors described the advantages and drawbacks of using artificial intelligence in social work, particularly with displaced persons (DPs). The article also analyzed the dynamics of venture capital investment into artificial intelligence. The study summarized the results of market research on the impact of artificial intelligence on the development of business processes worldwide and in particular countries. The authors highlighted the experience of European countries in using artificial intelligence for the socioeconomic integration of refugees from Ukraine. In addition, they outlined the threats and opportunities of using artificial intelligence in business. The research focused on the main provisions of the territorial community work organization for developing entrepreneurship in Ukraine for displaced persons.

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Bielialov, T., Trebyk, L., Zavrazhnyi, K., Demydenko, T., Järvis, M., & Malovichko, O. (2024). The role of artificial intelligence in the development of entrepreneurial initiatives among displaced persons: management of innovative social work practices. Multidisciplinary Science Journal, 6, 2024ss0224. https://doi.org/10.31893/multiscience.2024ss0224
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