Fifth revolution: Applied AI & human intelligence with cyber physical systems

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Abstract

Rapid advances in sophisticated technologies, especially those engaging robots have always mesmerized mankind, driving consistent quality and flow in manufacturing processes. The focus has been on eliminating or at least reducing the dull, dangerous, and dirty jobs for human workforce. The industry seems to continuously reincarnate from mass production and customized production into mass personalization objectives to fulfil customer responsiveness while also achieving cost efficiencies, a concept that explains an industrial revolution involving the human touch to be christened as Industry 5.0. The concept even though still visionary yet a realistic one includes Collaboration of human and artificial intelligence with IOT enabled devices. Fifth revolution restricted the advantages cultivated from fourth revolution and it brings humans back into the picture. Fifth industrial revolution demands high skilled people and robots working together to create personalized products, services and experiences. The purpose of this paper is to implement a systematic study of Industry 5.0 to construct an overview of its core dimensions, identifying key constructs that inter-relate to achieve the objective of integrating human touch with technology. The study also lists out the key focus area involved in its implementation and also describes the approach of human computer collaboration. Fifth revolution still is in its initial stage but companies are trying to act sooner upon it causes they wants to be ahead from their competitors. Consequently, the knowledge emerging from the review of the Industry 5.0 is further synthesized for delineating further research agenda.

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Pathak, P., Pal, P. R., Shrivastava, M., & Ora, P. (2019). Fifth revolution: Applied AI & human intelligence with cyber physical systems. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 8(3), 23–27.

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