Amid all the global agendas being discussed at Davos was ‘the Fourth Industrial Revolution’ that academics and economists consistently and enthusiastically touched upon. ‘We stand on the brink of a technological revolution that will fundamentally alter the way we live, work, and relate to one another.’, said the founder of World Economic Forum. But what does it really mean?
Will there be an avalanche of apps like Uber from now on? Some say apps of the future will be defined by ‘’It’s like Uber for [insert here any kinds of service you want].’’ Let it be a dry cleaning service or dog walkers, we may see fast and easy delivery apps that will enable suppliers to earn some petty cash while customers go completely cashless. So what are the key implications for the future of sharing apps?