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The disruptive fourth industrial revolution : technology, society and beyond

Author: Wesley Doorsamy; Babu Sena Paul; Tshilidzi Marwala
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2020]
Series: Lecture notes in electrical engineering, v. 674.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The book explores technological advances in the fourth industrial revolution (4IR), which is based on a variety of technologies such as artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, machine learning, big data, additive printing, cloud computing, and virtual and augmented reality. Critically analyzing the impacts and effects of these disruptive technologies on various areas, including economics, society, business,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
(OCoLC)1151184376
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Wesley Doorsamy; Babu Sena Paul; Tshilidzi Marwala
ISBN: 9783030482305 3030482308
OCLC Number: 1176250081
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Intro --
Foreword --
Preface --
List of Reviewers --
Contents --
Robotic Process Automation as a Precursor to e-Government in the Fourth Industrial Revolution --
1 Introduction --
2 Background --
3 4IR-Based e-Government Design Prospects --
4 Automation in the Governance Processes --
5 Robotic Process Automation --
6 Automation Potential in the South African Public Sector --
7 Regulatory Environment and Digital Leadership in e-Government --
8 Integration of e-Government Systems --
9 Design of 4IR-Based e-Government Systems --
10 Future Prospects --
11 Conclusions --
References The Disruptive Force of Smart Contracts --
1 Introduction --
2 Commercial Advances and Contractual Practices --
3 Self-driving Smart Contracts --
3.1 Blockchain Technology --
3.2 Self-driving Smart Contracts --
3.3 Future of Smart Contracts --
4 Constraints, Limitations and Opportunities --
4.1 Recognition of Virtual Currencies --
4.2 Regulatory Oversight --
4.3 Execution of Contractual Layers --
5 New Skills and Knowledge --
6 Dispute Resolution Processes --
6.1 Traditional Dispute Resolution Processes --
6.2 Technological Developments in Informal Resolution Processes 6.3 Technological Developments in Formal Resolution Processes --
6.4 Disruptive Force and Innovative Dispute Resolution Mechanisms --
7 Conclusion --
References --
Technologizing Infrastructure for Peace in the Context of Fourth Industrial Revolution --
1 Introduction --
2 Responding to Ayse Ceyhan's Thesis --
2.1 Technology as a 'Constructive' Agent --
2.2 Technology as a 'Disruptive' Agent --
3 Scaling Ceyhan's Argument Beyond Security --
4 Limitations and Lessons for the Future --
5 Exploring a New Concentric Interface Modelling for a Digital Society --
6 Conclusion --
References State Cybersecurity Governance in the Fourth Industrial Revolution: An International Law Perspective --
1 Introduction --
2 The Fourth Industrial Revolution and the State --
3 State Cybersecurity Governance and International Law --
4 State Cybersecurity Governance Under a Disruptive Fourth Industrial Revolution 4IR Paradigm --
4.1 The Future of Legislative and Regulatory Regimes --
4.2 The Ascend of Cyber Sovereignty --
4.3 Justice Disrupted --
5 The Fourth Industrial Revolution as Cyber Justice 6 International Cooperation and Mutual Assistance as the Existing Normative Order for State Cybersecurity Governance --
6.1 Background: The Objectives for State Cybersecurity Governance --
6.2 UNGGE Report --
6.3 Budapest Cybercrime Convention --
6.4 NATO Tallinn Manual --
6.5 SADC Model Law: Computer Crime and Cybercrime --
7 Normative Modelling for Fourth Industrial Revolution State Cybersecurity Governance --
7.1 The Continued Relevance of Good Governance? --
7.2 Cooperative Governance --
7.3 Analytical Outcome Governance --
7.4 Future-Forward Governance --
7.5 Adaptive Governance
Series Title: Lecture notes in electrical engineering, v. 674.
Responsibility: Wesley Doorsamy, Babu Sena Paul, Tshilidzi Marwala, editors.

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