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 DAWN OF A NEW ERA

Drawing from a term coined at the Davos Economic Forum, the ‘4th Industrial Revolution’, is commonly defined as the merging of physical, digital and biological spheres’.

Born out of the Internet of Things, The Fourth Industrial Revolution represents new ways society is adapting to disruptions in Commerce, Medicine, and Technology.

With each ‘revolution’ pushing human civilization to new frontiers – even new worlds, companies included in the 4th Industrial Index will define the 21st century economy.

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  • Why Blockchain Is Bigger Than The Internet 25 May 2019 02:32 IVCPOST Over the past few years, blockchain has gone from being a nascent innovation to a market-changing technology that's being widely employed by businesses everywhere for a diverse set of purposes. Despite the increase in blockchain's importance to the …
  • Gov. Reynolds vetoes bill that would expand medical marijuana use in Iowa 25 May 2019 00:55 KWQC DES MOINES, Iowa (KWQC) - UPDATE 5/23: Gov. Kim Reynolds vetoed a bill that would expand medical marijuana use in Iowa on Friday. In a letter, Gov. Reynolds said most of the changes included in the bill were the result of the Legislature and the state…
  • Police seize CBD oil they say contains THC from Rapid City store 25 May 2019 00:13 Daily Republic The products were taken Thursday afternoon, May 23, from the Staple and Spice Market, a health foods store that has occupied the corner of St. Joseph Street and Mt. Rushmore Road since 1921, according to owner Carol Pugh. "I thought it was safe to …
  • Va. Warns Authorities About Tests Misidentifying CBD as Pot 25 May 2019 00:07 WRC Police and prosecutors around Virginia will have to change the way they handle marijuana cases after a warning issued late Thursday by the director of the Department of Forensic Science. Linda Jackson sent a letter to "all agencies serviced by the DFS …
  • Spotlight on Small Biz: Float could be the Airbnb for boats 24 May 2019 23:14 Finance and Commerce Few things are more quintessentially Minnesotan than spending time on one of the state’s 10,000-plus lakes. With Memorial Day and summer approaching, the desire to be on the water is reaching a fever pitch for many. Nearly 820,000 watercraft are registered …
  • Gov. Reynolds vetoes bill expanding Iowa’s medical cannabis law 24 May 2019 22:23 KCCI.com ♪ STACEY: BREAKING NEWS RIGHT NOW. GOVERNOR REYNOLDS HAS VETOED A BILL THAT WOULD EXPAND MEDICAL CANNABIS AND IOWA. STEVE: THE LEGISLATION WOULD HAVE REPLACED THE 3% THC CAP WITH A PRESCRIPTION LIMIT OF 25 GRAMS OVER A 90-DAY PERIOD. THE GOVERNOR SAYS IOWA …
  • The 2019 Legislative Session is Deemed a Success 24 May 2019 22:09 KWON The Oklahoma House and Senate are out of session. Bartlesville Senator Julie Daniels has three years of experience to boast about and said the 2019 session was incredibly successful. She said there was good policy measures that were passed that year that …
  • Microsoft and Brilliant collaborate to launch interactive course on quantum computing 24 May 2019 22:02 Neowin.net Nearing the end of 2017, Microsoft released the first public preview of its Quantum Development Kit (QDK) for Windows, later announcing support for Linux and macOS. Although the tech giant believes that getting the hang of quantum development is easy …
  • Hemp used in housing and health food busts old myths 24 May 2019 21:55 ABC.net.au Posted May 25, 2019 07:03:02 Hemp, one of the planet's most misunderstood plants, is finally shedding its undeserved bad rap. Hemp is also known as cannabis, and cannabis is generally and mistakenly regarded as a narcotic. Since the rise of drug …
  • Experts task govt on enabling environment for Blockchain technology 24 May 2019 21:43 Prompt News Online  Some Information Technology (IT) experts on Friday urged government to provide the enabling environment for the Blockchain Technology to thrive. The IT experts made the plea during a panel discussion at the Lagos Blockchain Artificial Intelligence and …