The Future is Now

Driverless trains, automated shunting, 3D printing, and ultrasonic sensors that detect breaks in railway lines may all sound like they belong in a science fiction film. But, as Head of Industries at the World Economic Forum, Dr Cheryl Martin, explained: “Technology is driving a Fourth Industrial Revolution.” It’s a revolution in which Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality, sensory networks, and new materials are already having a permanent effect on industries all over the world.  “Heavy


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