According to the World Economic Forum report on Readiness for future production.
- Artificial intelligence’s & Robotics: Development of Machines that can substitute for humans, increasingly in tasks associated with thinking, multitasking, and fine motor skills.
- Ubiquitous linked sensors: Also known as the “Internet of things.” The use of networked sensors to remotely connect, track, and manage products, systems, and grids.
- Virtual & augmented realities:Next-step interfaces between humans & computers involving immersive environments, holographic readouts, and digitally produced overly for mixed-reality experiences.
- Additive Manufacturing: Advances & additive manufacturing, using a widening range of materials and methods. Innovations include 3D bioprinting of organic tissues.
- Blok chain & distributed ledger Technology: Distributed leader technology based on cryptographic systems that manage, verify & publicity record transaction data, the basis of cryptocurrencies.
- Advanced Materials and Nanomaterials:The creation of nanostructures has been whipped up to develop thermoelectric efficiency as new materials, to retain shape, and to develop the properties of useful materials as new functionalities.
- Energy capture, storage & transmission: Breakthroughs in battery & fuel cell efficiency, renewable energy through solar, wind & tidal technologies, energy distribution through smart grid systems, wireless energy transfers, and more.
- New Computing Technology: New architectures for computing hardware, such as quantum computing, biological computing, or neural network processing, as well as the innovative expansion of current computing technologies.
- Biotechnologies: Innovations of genetic engineering, sequencing & therapeutics, as well as biological computational interfaces and synthetic biology.
- Geoengineering: Technological intervention in the planetary system, typically to mitigate the effects of climate change by removing carbon dioxide or managing solar radiation.
- Neurotechnology: Innovation such as smart drugs, neuroimaging, and bioelectronics interfaces that allow for reading, communicating, and influencing human brain activity.
- SpaceTechnologies:Advances in microsatellites allow advanced telescopes to allow reusable rockets more access and exploration in space, including rocket-engines and engines.
UAE is taking strategic initiatives to promote Fintech and Artificial Intelligence (AI) along with other technologies for sustainable development in the country.
13th ways the 4th Industrial Revolution will impact South Africa
The 4th industrial Revolution is coming Here it’s the internet’s second wave and it will change everything for us. Especially in South Africa.
Here are just some of the ways,
- No more secrets: If you something wrong the world will see it. This will keep everyone honest.
- We will connect: Online persons have no Gender, Race, or Geography. So, we can talk to each other without superficial Barriers. That keeps us apart. We can also connect to work faster. Checking Job posting online and emailing cv’s.
- We will get educated: Smart devices will be everywhere. We have so many channels like YouTube, udemy, Wikipedia. We can learn easily by those channels within a few minutes or sometimes within a second. So anyone can learn anything online. Quality education, in the palm of your hands. Online education is almost free for everyone. Our only limits are our connectivity.
- We will be safer: Connective cameras and predictive algorithms will stop crime before it starts. While our devices allow us to track our staff. And get emergency services at the touch of a button.
- We will govern ourselves: Policymaking will finally become inclusive. As the people define their own rules. We will all have a voice & the establishment is whatever we decide to make it.
- We will get healthier: Smart appliances and wearable will track, and recommend better ways of life as prices fall and availability rises. We can monitor and diagnose anywhere. From anywhere.
- We will travel better: Car’s don’t kill people; people can go anywhere without an accident. Driverless cars will keep us safer and even allow us the freedom to work in the middle of a traffic jam. While biofuels will keep emissions low.
- We will waste less: Our connected will track our water, electricity, and food wages. Meaning that we waste less and everyone has more.
- We will shop marketer: Parys can shop in Paris. Tondo can browse Tokyo. Access to the world’s best products. And big data means corporates can understand their market’s needs, make valuable recommendations, and play an active role in making lives better.
- The distribution will improve: Drones, Driverless cars, Biofuel, we can get whatever we need wherever we are without worrying about theft, carbon emissions or delivery dates,
- We will work together: The sharing economy allows for the co-use of anything ride, tools, and skills. Reducing capital expenditure building communities and sharing the profits UBER-UBUNTU.
- We will get financed: Blockchain is changing Fintech. We can build better credit scores via social signals, Vendors can use cryptocurrencies to tread without a bank account. We will be able to Transect cheaper, faster & safer.
- We will squash Inflation: Transparency and access will go up. So transaction costs will go down as will marginal costs & waste. Driving our economy all we need to access. 100 % increase in internet access =R70 Billion growth in GDP meaning more opportunities and more jobs. The 4th revolution is here & we can change everything if we ready for it.
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