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‘The Fourth Industrial Revolution’

‘The Fourth Industrial Revolution’

From driverless cars to drones, from artificial intelligence to robotics, from the Internet of Things to 3-D printing, from nanotechnology to biotechnology, from materials science to energy storage, and quantum…

Renewable electricity revolution

Pakistan has the potential to double its electrical power generation per capita within three to five years and simultaneously achieve stable and reduced electricity prices. The country’s entire national electricity…

Future at stake: deindustrialization—I

Following the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) revolution of the 1990s, the international economy entered a second phase of globalization. The trend for developing countries within the GVCs (global value…

The fifth revolution

The world is in a process of permanent transformation. The transformation of the modern manufacturing process to enable humans and machines to work hand in hand is the next stage…

Pakistan Single Window – a digital revolution

In global supply chains, one of the most difficult stages is the clearance from customs and other relevant agencies. They are frequently held responsible for damaging developing countries’ ability to…

A revolution of our own

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is one of the most significant events in recent history. It not only changed the contours of the political economy of Britain but also put Europe…

A century of revolution and counter-revolution

This year marks the hundredth anniversary of the Russian communist revolution of October 1917. The hundred years in between have been the most violent in human history. The explanation for…

Silent revolution in education

As a result of numerous projects undertaken by the technology-driven Knowledge Economy Task Force set up by Prime Minister Imran Khan in early 2019 under his chairmanship, the landscape of…

A silent revolution

Massive investments are presently being made in higher education by many countries in the developing world, such as Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore and China. This is because it has slowly…