Why Korea leads Asia in Industry 4.0 push

How Korea is introducing formidable strategies that will see artificial intelligence and big data play a big part in the manufacturing value chain in the so-called fourth industrial revolution.
Korea creates the world's first two-legged manned robot last year which could potentially put into manufacturing use
Korea creates the world's first two-legged manned robot last year which could potentially put into manufacturing use

It is clear that we are on the brink of a technological revolution that will fundamentally change the way we live, work, and communicate with each other.

The rapid advancement of new technology means the widespread application of next-generation technologies such as artificial intelligence, big data, internet of things IoT, advanced robotics, and so on, is now within sight.

Still, getting first to this utopian prize or dystopian nightmare, depending on your perspective of a technology-driven economy requires bold and favourable government policies that seek to maximise a country's innovative and creative qualities and fosters the necessary research and development.

In that...

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