4th Industrial Revolution
Imagine a time when people first learned to use steam to power machines. The first industrial revolution happened, and things changed rapidly. Factories emerged, and the world started building stuff faster and more efficiently. Then came electricity and the assembly line, making factories even more effective. Fast forward a bit, and computers arrive. Now we can automate many tasks and process huge amounts of information in seconds.
Now, imagine a world where everything is connected: your refrigerator, your car, even your shoes! They all "talk" to each other through the internet. This isn't science fiction; it's the Fourth Industrial Revolution. It’s all about combining digital technology with the physical and biological world. This means things like Artificial Intelligence (making computers think and learn), robotics, and even altering genes. The Fourth Industrial Revolution makes our world smarter, faster, and more connected.