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The digital revolution is here: Are you ready?

The digital revolution is here: Are you ready?

By israelipanda

I have frequently been asked, “What will be the next big thing?” over the past few years. What will be the next great tool? I don’t want to hide what makes an app so cool that people spend so much time using it, and my goal is always to do the same: I think there are already some generations, including myself, who install it every day and deeply observe what makes that app so cool. to earn a living!

It’s absurd, but we should only consider the question: why did the Internet (the capital letter “I” denotes a network) emerge? The primary objective was to have a network that would continue to function even if some of its “routes” became unavailable in order to have a network that was highly resilient in the event of a failure; Again, what is the process? The main protocol on the Internet Network (DNS), which converts the domain name into an IP address, is used every day by everyone without knowing how to use it (sorry, non-IT readers). So why can information travel in a distributed manner across the network (i.e., packets) after we use a single company’s server to make an application work?

Therefore, the primary question to which you should respond is: Do you want all of your digital life to be managed by a single company? social interaction, booking, shopping, and health); If that’s the case, keep using your favorite app; if not, start considering an alternative. The Internet’s development over the past decade has been completely in opposition to its foundational principles; I see a significant “contrast” between the Applications, which are centralized, unsafe, and have their own governance, and the Network and Protocol, which are distributed, safe, and standard with open governance; When we consider the beginnings of the Internet, we can refer to it as a democracy, and when we consider the Internet today, we can refer to it as an oligarchy; So, why don’t we begin to consider an application from a distributed perspective? We do not need to “pass” for a centralized server (bottleneck) if two people need to communicate with each other; all we need to do is keep talking to the two Internet Service Providers they are attached to.

I am absolutely certain that I missed thousands of technical, sociological, economic, and other implications. Because I am absolutely certain that the fundamental idea is something upon which every individual ought to reflect, hold their hearts high, and join the revolution, note: This article is ongoing, and I need your feedback to develop the idea of a democratic model for developing digital applications. Anyone is welcome to join this idea; we don’t need money; all we need is an open future:

The adoption of cyber-physical systems, the Internet of Things, and the Internet of Systems have resulted in exponential shifts in how we live, work, and interact with one another.  Connected machines will be able to communicate with one another, visualize the entire production chain, and make decisions on their own as smart technologies are implemented in workplaces and factories. It is anticipated that this revolution will have an effect on all fields, businesses, and economies. It is being regarded as a distinct era due to the velocity, scope, and systems impact of the changes of the fourth revolution, despite the fact that in some ways it is an extension of the computerization of the third industrial revolution (Digital Revolution). The Fourth Industrial Revolution is causing massive nonlinear change at an unprecedented rate, disrupting almost every industry in every nation.

Professor Klaus Schwab, the World Economic Forum’s founder and executive chairman, discusses the enormous potential and potential dangers of the Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies in his book, The Fourth Industrial Revolution. 

Indeed, one of the greatest promises of the Fourth Industrial Revolution is the potential to raise income levels and enhance the quality of life for the global population. We appreciate the efficiency and conveniences offered, such as booking a flight or getting movie recommendations, for those in First World nations who already enjoy some of the benefits As we use connected devices to improve our supply chains and warehouses and as machines and humans begin to collaborate, our workplaces and organizations are becoming “smarter” and more effective. We might even be able to undo some of the damage caused by previous industrial revolutions thanks to the technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, which may also help us better prepare for natural disasters.