The Next Industrial Revolution @ 2025

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Hello Everyone, So I am back again with my very new 3rd Post on The Next Industrial [email protected] check out my previous posts do click here.

As usual, we will start from the base to get a feeling and to understand what’s going on…

So, The Industrial Revolution was a period of major industrialization that took place during the late 1700s and early 1800s. … This time period saw the mechanization of agriculture and textile manufacturing and a revolution in power, including steamships and railroads, that affected social, cultural and economic conditions.

What did it do? The impacts. Let’s see, Prior to the Industrial Revolution, which began in Britain in the late 1700s, manufacturing was often done in people’s homes, using hand tools or basic machines. Industrialization marked a shift to powered, special-purpose machinery, factories and mass production. Clearly, this was a huge game changer. The impacts: it was a mix of both positive and negative ones to be precise. As usual, nothing is free. To gain something one should be always ready to sacrifice.

The next Revolution is here! It's 2025...

Remember all those science fiction movies since 1990. Yes, I-Robot, Transformers, Ironman, Terminator, Realsteel. They are all emerging out. The disruption of the industries and jobs has already begun. Many previous opportunities will get dissolved and new opportunities will emerge. A company in South Korea built Avatar Robot, totally functional. Another company built a transforming car. How can we forget the giant’s Google and Alexa and Tesla? What about Deepmind that Google acquired last year. The Revolution has already started. Did anyone of you see that coming? Are you prepared…


The Preparations...Expectation Vs Reality Vs something!

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There is one clear, crisp and visible pattern. Each one of them the students, the institutions & the industries are dependent on the other, but unfortunately whatever may be the reason they tend to ignore each other. There is no clear communication. Each of them expects something from the other but they are all confused.

Can these nodes be redefined and connected?

Harbor young individuals with promising skills from varied disciplines. Be it aspiring Market Analyst, Programmer, SEO expert, Graphic Designer, Law students, Journalist, Accountants, AI, Developers etc. Can the skills from different individuals be Unified into one under one Roof?  We will talk about this soon…



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