The Fourth Industrial Revolution is a unique opportunity to fix environmental issues and redesign how we manage the environment.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution can transform our ability to understand what’s happening in the oceans, and to manage it.
As robots increasingly take on manual labor, we will need to foster what differentiates humans from machines (at least for now): creativity.
The telegraph, the internet, and the smartphone reshaped the world for every generation that witnessed them. What if similar inventions show up twice a decade?
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A tower and robot vehicle duo can accurately create 3D models of plants and collect data on both regions of crops and individual plants.
Creating a sharing economy in space could help us identify and counter some of the biggest threats to our planet.
How can we counter the growing gulf between the connected and disconnected, the technologically empowered and disempowered?
As the Fourth Industrial Revolution marches forward, there is one dimension that needs to be addressed: regulation.
When companies go digital, they must focus less on the technologies and more on the people using them.
Government and business leaders have a responsibility to ensure the Fourth Industrial Revolution works for all.
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