The big societal transformation plan for a better human life
First introduced at 2011's Hannover Fair, "Industry 4.0" was officially presented by Germany and soon became a tag that every industrialized society wants to attach itself to. On the basis of Industry 4.0, Japan raised the concept "Society 5.0" in 2016, which is a technology-based and human-centered society.
According to the Japanese government, Society 5.0 represents the 5th form of society in our human history, chronologically following hunting, farming, industry, and information. It is described as the "Super Smart Society" where people can resolve various social challenges by incorporating innovations such as AI, robots and big data into society. Browse the curated collection of articles and FreeBook below from now until 31 January 2021.
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