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Creative work skills helping drive the 4th Industrial Revolution, the fusion of biological, digital and physical

Creative work skills helping drive the 4th Industrial Revolution, the fusion of biological, digital and physical

The fusion of three worlds — biological, digital and physical — gave rise to the massive potential of the fourth industrial revolution. The third Industrial revolution was triggered by computers and automation. Industry 4.0 has been described as “Cyber-biological-physical systems.” The pace of “real time” change is one of the reasons experts claim the “fourth… Continue Reading

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Creative work skills helping drive the 4th Industrial Revolution, the fusion of biological, digital and physical
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