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The net displacement of workers by machines exacerbates the gap between returns to capital and returns to labor. The upper one percent get increasingly richer and the rest of the people have fewer jobs open to them. That is the reality of the new industrial revolution.
The simultaneous rise of many new trillion-dollar markets is unique in the history of capital experience. Economic activity in the world economies is traditionally burdened with a low growth rate, with a very few technology sectors breaking the trend and growing above 3% per year. Now, with the new industrial revolution, some even very large sectors will grow as fast as 100% per year.
The world economy is forecast to accelerate in 2018, with global growth projected. The new industrial revolution is far different from the earlier industrial growth trajectories. Sectors impacted by the new industrial revolution grow rapidly and they grow big.
Key Topics Covered:
1. New Industrial Revolution Executive Summary
2. Unions Need to Embrace Returns to Capital as Way to Support Middle Class
3. New Industrial Revolution Makes More Money for the Capitalists!
4. Dawn of A New Industrial Revolution
5. New Trillion-Dollar Markets
6. New Industrial Revolution Market Driving Forces
7. New Industrial Revolution Market Description and Market Dynamics
7.1 New Industrial Revolution Market Dynamics
7.2 New Industrial Revolution Challenges and Opportunities
7.2.1 Displacement of Workers By Machines Exacerbates The Gap Between Returns To Capital And Returns To Labor
7.3 Robots Change Everything
8. New Industrial Revolution Market Evolution
8.1 New Industrial Revolution Challenges And Opportunities
8.2 Labor Unions Embrace Participation In Returns To Capital
8.2.1 Capital Stock Not a Government Function
8.2.2 Net Increase In Safe And Rewarding Jobs?
8.2.3 Disruption of The Existing Value Chain And The Velocity Of Disruption
8.3 New Industrial Revolution
8.3.1 New Industrial Revolution Market Driving Forces
8.4 Smart Manufacturing, Industry
8.4.1 Additive Manufacturing
8.5 Internet of Things (IoT)
8.5.1 SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son Sees 1 Trillion Devices for Internet of Things / Compared IoT to the Cambrian Explosion
8.6 Tablets, Apps, and Smart Phones
8.7 Self-Driving Cars
8.7.1 $20 Trillion To Replace1.2 Billion ICE-Powered Vehicles With Electric Vehicles
8.9 Online Retail: $17 Trillion Opportunity by 2024
8.10 Wellness Market Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2018-2024
8.12 Augmented Reality
8.13 Cloud and Data Center Spending
8.13.1 Achieving a Scalable, Secure Data Center Architecture
8.11.2 In one Sense the Data Center Becomes a Complex Internal Network
8.14 Blockchain Market Description and Market Dynamics
8.15 5G Communications, Small Cells Bring Transformational 5G
8.16 Artificial Intelligence New Industrial Revolution
9. Robots Killing Blue-Collar Jobs
9.1 Robots are killing blue collar jobs. Pure and Simple
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