How Businesses Can Thrive In The Fourth Industrial Revolution
It was the year 1816, and a young woman named Mary Shelly began writing the first science fiction novel, Frankenstein. It can be read as an allegory to the impact of the First Industrial Revolution on the new world.
The First Industrial Revolution heralded production using steam, and the Second saw the usage of electricity to help with mass production. The Third Industrial Revolution, based on bits and bytes, brought the information technology era to the forefront. Now, we are in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Read further on Forbes.com