Since there is so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution was certainly preceded by first, second and third industrial revolutions.
Its industrial revolutions of time have concluded, the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Let's start by mentioning the industrial revolutions in order
The first industrial revolution
The first industry in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in America, Europe and some other countries of the world
The second industrial revolution
The emergence of the second industrial industries in 1870 and 1914, which is a growth of the existing industries at that time and the emergence and expansion of new industries such as oil, electricity and steel, and a long time in the emergence of industries dependent on and during this period the use of electric energy with a very large production period such as the internal combustion engine, telephone and photography and photography.
The third industrial revolution
The development of the industrial revolution continues the development of modern technology and the availability of digital technology in an advanced way. The latest modern developments in the third industrial revolution are communications, information technology and computers.
Fourth Industrial Revolution
It is supposed to make a difference in life, The Fourth Industrial Revolution reformer was first used in 2016 by the World Economic Forum
The fourth industrial revolution stands on the digital revolution in an integrative way, which represents new ways in which technology become neither I nor me and from all aspects of life.
What distinguishes the Fourth Industrial Revolution is the emerging technology that you will see everywhere in the field of education, health, tourism, industry, housing, cars and others.
There is a clear emergence of the adoption and introduction of development such as rocks, robotics, the Internet of things, 3D printing, biotechnology, quantum computing, autonomous vehicles and other natural life of man and society.
In his book The Fourth Industrial Revolution, Professor Klaus Schopp , founder and CEO of the World Economic Forum, describes
How this fourth revolution is fundamentally different from the previous three, which were mainly marked by technological progress.