Date: June 13, 2017
- While the first industrial revolution brought unimaginable change in manufacturing, transport, and economic growth, it also brought disruption, instability, and crime.
- As 2017 dawned, the world was becoming acutely aware of the Fourth Industrial Revolution – no less promising than the First Industrial Revolution that began in 1760.
- What the First Industrial Revolution – and every subsequent one after that – taught us is that progress is a double-edged sword.
- Take a cue from this; online self-learning is going to be critical for you to stay relevant and stay ahead of the game.
- The Fourth Industrial Revolution promises us the alluring dream of an Everything-Smart world.
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