The Fourth Industrial Revolution will change the world – but only 14% of execs are ready for it

The humanoid robot AILA (artificial intelligence lightweight android) operates a switchboard in Hanover, March 2013

Industry 4.0 will be characterized by the convergence of wireless connectivity, AI, 3-D manufacturing, biotechnology and big data Image: Reuters/Fabrizio Bensch

Punit Renjen
Deputy Chairman, Supervisory Board, SAP
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According to a survey of 1,600 business leaders, the biggest challenge organizations face is a lack of internal alignment around which technology strategies to follow.
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