From the steam-powered factories of the first industrial revolution, to mass production in the second, to the rise of digitization in the third, every advance builds upon the last.Education & TrainingTechnology
Today, something entirely new is happening.
While the first three revolutions were defined by a handful of industries undergoing rapid change, a fourth industrial revolution is emerging from an explosion of new technologies affecting nearly all industries simultaneously.
Divisions among physical, digital, and biological spheres are blurring. Before, technology automated individual tasks.
Today, technology is connecting — and reshaping — whole societies and economies, and changing what it means to be human.