The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) is a term many may not yet be familiar with. But just like with previous technological breakthroughs, the implementation of 4IR technology, its effects and many reforms associated with it, will soon enough completely transform the world.
Humankind is about to make rapid technological progress in a wide range of different fields.
Suburb-by-suburb lockdowns detailed by authorities at the beginning of the pandemic are now being enacted across Victoria and are soon predicted to spread across New South Wales.
In anticipated fashion, just as the country reaches final stages of lockdown restrictions, new spikes in ‘confirmed cases’ are expected to serve as the catalyst for ‘second wave’ propaganda.
Warfare is being transformed by the information revolution and attempts to define and prepare more efficient and effective military technology continues to gain momentum.
New systems, driven by emerging Internet of Things (IoT) domains, are selectively engineering advanced capabilities to meet the anticipated needs for warfare in the new millennium.
Victoria is now experiencing a surge in ‘COVID-19 cases’ just weeks after the government announced support payments for impacted individuals.
If you use a mobile phone, have ordered products online or even streamed a video, then you have participated in technological disruption – even if you weren’t aware of it at the time.
Despite concerns, some emerging technologies have the potential to disrupt the status quo, alter the way people live and work and rearrange value pools in beneficial ways.