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The fourth industrial revolution

Schwab, Klaus2017
Professor Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum, has been at the center of global affairs for over four decades. He is convinced that the period of change we are living through is more significant, and the ramifications of the latest technological revolution more profound than any prior period of human history. He has dubbed this era the fourth industrial revolution. Crowdsourcing ideas, insights and wisdom from the World Economic Forum's global network of business, government, civil society and youth leaders, this book looks deeply at the future that is unfolding today and how we might take collective responsibility to ensure it is a positive one for all of us.
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London : Portfolio Penguin, 2017.
184 pages ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references.
The fourth industrial revolution. Historical context -- Profound and systematic change -- Drivers. Megatrends -- Tipping points -- Impact. Economy -- Business -- National and global -- Society -- The individual -- The way forward -- Appendix: Deep Shift. Implantable technologies -- Our digital presence -- Vision as the new interface -- Wearable Internet -- Ubiquitous computing -- A supercomputer in your pocket -- Storage for all -- The Internet of and for things -- The connected home -- Smart cities -- Big data for decisions -- Driverless cars -- Artificial intelligence and decision-making -- AI and white-collar jobs -- Robotics and services -- Bitcoin and the blockchain -- The sharing economy -- Governments and the blockchain -- 3D Printing and manufacturing -- 3D Printing and human health -- 3D Printing and consumer products -- Designer beings -- Neurotechnologies.
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LocationCollectionCall numberStatus/Desc
Brighton LibraryAdult Non Fiction - Society and Beliefs303.483 SCHOn Reserve Shelf - Awaiting collection within 10 days of this date. (Set: 21 Jun 2024)
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