What is the Fourth Industrial Revolution? | CNBC Explains

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, January 22, 2019
  • The “Fourth Industrial Revolution” is a common phrase at the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland. But what exactly does it mean? CNBC’s Elizabeth Schulze explains.

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  • Jakkrapat Khiawdee

    Jakkrapat Khiawdee

     2 days ago

    Technology is the best solution.
    Businesses go digital...

  • むむ

    むむ

     2 days ago

    2:50

  • K. Ganesan Ganesan

    K. Ganesan Ganesan

     14 days ago

    Destroy all heavy duty machines.

  • K. Ganesan Ganesan

    K. Ganesan Ganesan

     14 days ago

    Fourth Industrial revolution. Depends on Agro Industry.

  • Mohammed A

    Mohammed A

     14 days ago

    Investors, entrepreneurs, shareholders gain the most coz they have more info than everyone else.

  • Mohammed A

    Mohammed A

     14 days ago

    The 5th revolution human Taking back control

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  • Artur Markowski

    Artur Markowski

     1 months ago

    So, do we need to increase population to have more people working for those, who get retired or not, now I am confused...

  • Dedi Wahyudi

    Dedi Wahyudi

     1 months ago

    This happening worldwide While indonesia is still on Dark Age.

  • Saibal Republic

    Saibal Republic

     1 months ago +3

    I don't know what started the Third Industrial Revolution , but the Fourth World War would be fought with sticks and stones.

    - NOT Albert Einstein

  • Kevin Scientist

    Kevin Scientist

     1 months ago +3

    Without economic liberty, you all can expect an implementation of the Global Venezuela Plan, and little else.

  • The Bread

    The Bread

     1 months ago +6

    "High-skilled workers are rewarded with high pay" *shows a bunch of 3D artists working for peanuts*

  • Ghumakkad

    Ghumakkad

     1 months ago +20

    We (India) missed the bus of first three revolutions but now this is time to show the world that what we are capable of.

  • Harendra Singh

    Harendra Singh

     2 months ago

    2:58 !

  • James Barlow

    James Barlow

     2 months ago

    Facial Recognition is made illegal by San Francusco, America's most 'forward' city. The whole 'future of the 4th' is dubious.

  • Ray Blazejko

    Ray Blazejko

     2 months ago

    This industrial revolution is all about mind control. It is a war between the old "the intellectul elites " and the ones left out of their exclusive group. Namely " the scientific community ". These individual's end goal is to reduce mankind to a electrical circuitry , which they will control . Experiments done in Nazi Germany on humans subjected to various different situations to see how they "reacted" are still in operation today . Remember operation paperclip when thousands of Germans entered America to continue research after the war? Do yourself a favour and see what Epstein was passionately interested in apart from young girls. See youtube
    " Amazing Polly" latest post.

  • Dedrianne Hartgers

    Dedrianne Hartgers

     2 months ago

    For the rich so the poor 'the people' can take care of them.

  • Nuke Em

    Nuke Em

     2 months ago +1

    Davos. The Satanist ZioNaziPedoScum convention.
    Shitbags the lot of them.

  • Chyn fu

    Chyn fu

     2 months ago

    excited. im ready go for it

  • zxcvbn

    zxcvbn

     2 months ago

    Just Globalism, fake professors, if your technology does not do any good to the poor, it is useless.