Continue learning about Industry 4.0
The fourth industrial revolution is a convergence of the digital, biological and physical worlds into so called Cyber-Physical Systems. It is a result of exponential increase in computing power alongside rapid advancements in material science, communication and connectivity.
The digital industry is advancing at a pace that’s hard to comprehend, causing social, political, cultural, and economic upheaval. We are seeing dramatic shifts in employment patterns already. Well-established incumbents have been rendered obsolete by agile and innovative new players; and the shift shows no signs of slowing.
Is your organisation equipped to evolve quickly enough to keep up with the pace of change? How do you respond to and harness the potential opportunity that Industry 4.0 presents? What does this innovation mean for membership organisations and the charity sector?
Get the slides below...
Industry 4.0 is a huge topic. Discover all of the resources from our session, and further reading around the web.
Discover the worlds first reverse engineered voice assistant who asks personal questions with the help of Artificial intelligence, shining a light on the people of Stockholm.
TED Fellow Shohini Ghose explains the concept of quantum computing and how it could transform medicine and even teleport information.
Scientists at Tel Aviv University have printed the first ever human heart that could one day replace organ donation.
The Office for National Statistics present a detail report on the occupations that are at highest risk of being automated.
A low-cost point-of-care digital health record tool designed for remote and developing communities in East Africa.
Amazon have released a new product that makes machine learning highly accessible for developers and data scientists.
Similarly to the previous list item, Amazon have released the AWS DeepLens, a deep learning enabled camera that makes machine learning more accessible and easier to adopt.
Interested in a one-to-one with Paul Johnson or one of our experts?
Specialist in Industry 4.0
By collaborating with Higher Education organisations, I deliver transformative digital strategies. Drawing upon 20 years of development experience, I combine deep technical understanding and a pragmatic approach. Doing so, I help clients including Manchester Metropolitan University and the University of West London to change the way they think about digital.
Our team of developers, strategists, and UX designers deliver expert solutions. We were even chosen to discuss UX in Higher Education at Drupal London
We design creative and accessible solutions informed by user-centric research. We never compromise between accessible design and CMS capabilities