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  • From the Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum on how the impending technological revolution will change our lives.

    We are on the brink of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. And this one will be unlike any other in human history.

    Characterized by new technologies fusing the physical, digital and biological worlds, the Fourth Industrial Revolution will impact all disciplines, economies and industries – and it will do so at an unprecedented rate. World Economic Forum data predicts that by 2025 we will see: commercial use of nanomaterials 200 times stronger than steel and a million times thinner than human hair; the first transplant of a 3D-printed liver; 10% of all cars on US roads being driverless; and much more besides.

    In The Fourth Industrial Revolution, Schwab outlines the key technologies driving this revolution, discusses the major impacts on governments, businesses, civil society and individuals, and offers bold ideas for what can be done to shape a better future for all.

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    Only organizations driven by purpose and values will be fully able to shape and benefit from the seismic technological, social and economic transformations underway. Klaus Schwab compellingly outlines why all of us must work to ensure that the Fourth Industrial Revolution has at its heart the stakeholder principle, ensuring that the benefits of transformation are as much a public good as a private gain. This book is required reading for my entire leadership team. -Marc R. Benioff, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Salesforce, USA

    In The Fourth Industrial Revolution, Professor Klaus Schwabputs forth a thoughtful framework forleaders tomeet the challenge of maximizing the benefits of the profound technological, social and economic transformation reshaping society. Drawing on over four decades of bringing together governments, private sector and other parts of civil society, Schwabstarts a wide-ranging discussion on how we can helpto ensure that the Fourth Industrial Revolution drives progress for humankind. Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook COO and founder of LeanIn.Org

    This book is essential reading for corporate leaders, policy makers and citizens interested in navigating the challenges and understanding the opportunities which lie ahead thanks to the impact of emerging technologies. Clearly, the profound shifts happening will leave no business model untouched and no society unshaken. Klaus Schwab reminds us of our individual and collective power to ensure that the Fourth Industrial Revolution is a far more sustainable, empowering and inclusive one than the last three. – Muhtar A. Kent, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, The Coca-Cola Company, USA

    From how we work and share information to how we address global crises like fresh water and climate change, we know that technology will define humanity s future. Here Klaus Schwab provides an excellent framework for thinking about how we can shape technology to deliver a future society in keeping with our deepest human values. – L. Rafael Reif, President, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA

    All of us are truly excited about the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the changes it will bring to our companies, industries and countries. History, however, tells us that major economic disruptions come with social and political challenges that demand new ways of thinking, organizing and working together. The Fourth Industrial Revolution is in equal parts an eye-opening assessment of emerging technologies, a sobering look at the potential negative impacts of transforming systems, and a hopeful call to action. – Carl-Henric Svanberg, Chairman, BP, United Kingdom” –This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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