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Fourth Industrial Revolution is Changing the World
The first three industrial revolutions liberated people from animal power, made mass production possible and brought digital capabilities to the world. The Fourth Industrial Revolution is the novel application of digital technologies to our lives. It is bringing fundamental changes to our world that are yet not all known. These changes are coming at breakneck speed at a rate greater than any previous industrial revolution. During times of economic instability, the world will see even more advances in technology.
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There are varying descriptions and definitions of what makes up the industrial revolutions. Below are some highlights of the four Industrial Revolutions:
FIRST INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
- Invention: Steam engine
- Eighteenth century to mid Nineteenth century
- Characterized by the use of machines
- Innovations in mechanized industries, particularly textiles
- Major Event: Thomas Newcomen invented (first useful) steam engine to pump water out of a tin mine (1712)
SECOND INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
- Invention: Internal combustion
- Nineteenth century to Twentieth century
- Characterized by increased automation
- Innovations in electricity, petroleum, steel production, telecommunications, transportation and manufacturing
- Major event: Henry Ford introduced continuous production and specialization for production of the Model T car (1913)
THIRD INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
- Invention: Transistor
- Mid-Twentieth century to Twenty-first century
- Characterized by the digital revolution
- Innovations in electronics, information technology, internet, pc, mobile phones & satellite communications
- Major event: Shockley, Bardeen, and Brattain invented the transistor in 1947
FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
- Invention: Apple’s Siri
- Twenty-first century
- Characterized by the novel application of digital technologies
- Innovations in the use of A.I., internet of things (IoT), cloud computing, Big Data, robotics, nanotechnology, machine learning & quantum computers
- Major event: On March 19, 2006, AWS launched Simple Storage Service and Elastic Compute Cloud
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