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Buddhism and the fouth industrial revolution

Authors: Editors: Most Ven.Dr. Thich Nhat Tu, Most Ven.Dr. Thich Duc Thien
Currently, we are living in the 4th industrial revolution era by which computers, automation, robots and people will work together in entirely new ways. Applying technological innovations will enable the production process to be faster, require less manpower and improve product quality to satisfy consumers demand
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Currently, we are living in the 4th industrial revolution era by which computers, automation, robots and people will work together in entirely new ways. Applying technological innovations will enable the production process to be faster, require less manpower and improve product quality to satisfy consumers demand. However, the 4th industrial revolution can also lead to inequality in the labor market, economic uncertainties, instability in life and even politics. This new era also challenges information security for both civil and political systems. These problems urge the world to use Buddhism solutions in order to attain sustainable development, while generating happiness and peace for humankind. The book consists of 14 articles of Buddhist studies on the following two main topics: I. 4.0 Industrial revolution: Advantages and disadvantages; II. Impact of 4.0 Revolution on Buddhism.

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Authors Editors: Most Ven.Dr. Thich Nhat Tu, Most Ven.Dr. Thich Duc Thien
Translators N/A
Languages English
Publisher Hong Duc
Associate Publisher Xunhasaba
ISBN/ISSN 9786048979294
Weight 0.0000
Origin Publications in Vietnam
Dimension 16 x 24
Pages 280
Year 2019
Format Paperback
Store name Export Department

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