The 4th industrial revolution is on everyone’s lips. After three long and scrambling revolutions, we are in the wake of a fourth one, more disruptive, more intelligent, and above all, scarier.
The story began with the first industrial revolution which started with the invention of the steam machine and steam power by James Watt. The first face of industrial activity took place with advanced mechanization and increased human, commercial and capital transfer. Less than a century later, the era of mass production accelerated with the discovery of the combustion engine and the moving assembly line. Continue reading “Industry 4.0: Are we ready yet?”