Klaus Schwab scares rarely back in front of a large comparison: After the Second world war, leaders from all over the world have met to design new institutional structures that enabled the post-war world, to work together to shape a common future, writes of the reasons of the Davos world economic forum, in its brief before the start of this year’s meeting, published the “Manifesto of Davos”. And now: The process from the time when half the world was in ruins, had to be urgently taken up again.

Carsten Knop

editor-in-chief of digital products.

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His justification for the severe impact of the digitization. Around the world to prepare for the digital future, it is necessary to understand the power of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. “Everything will be expressed in the Form of data, which leads to an economy with unlimited mobility. Data will not be integrated into platforms, so that economic interactions needed for certain intermediaries of the past. The Artificial intelligence transforms data platforms in intelligent systems, which affect all aspects of life. Platforms and migrating systems to the Cloud. And The systems are moving from pure analysis to forecasts and derived rules.“ For make need clear ethical rules and guidelines, writes Schwab.

Also, the manufacturing will be revolutionised by automation, localization, and adapt and replace traditional supply chains. The employment and income patterns changed as large parts of the employment will be replaced by intelligent automation.

The Schwab derives receivables: The change requires a Reform of the tax systems. The whole education system needs to be revised. The focus should be on the promotion of creativity, critical Thinking and new digital skills, especially in the support of exactly the aspects that make us human.

The maintenance of empathy, sensitivity, cooperation, and passion to be the best way to ensure that we use technology as a tool for the mastery of our life and not a slave of Algorithms. The policy must in turn keep up with the pace of change to a socially-oriented, and to ensure people-centered progress.