Digital Revolution of Education 4.0

  • Sharma P
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The purpose of this article is to show the evolution and requirement of the educational system such as the Industrial Revolution 4.0 (IR 4.0). The fourth industrial revolution (RI 4.0) brought about a state of change in education. IR 4.0 is disciplined by artificial intelligence and digital physical frames, making the human-machine interaction even extra versatile. By preparing students for the next life and working with IR 4.0, you can replace people working in specific fields with smarter robots. Education requires the use of relevant information and skills that cannot be replaced by robots. Creative Education 4.0 ends innovation by focusing on improving education and skills to make future learning more personal, super, smart, portable, global and virtual. The explosion of IR 4.0 has changed future learning into fairy tale miles. Science fiction goes to science-creative energy is omnibus; virtual classrooms and augmented reality grow in smart classrooms. Self-sufficient smart robots, guided tours, vehicles and classrooms are today's pleasures. State-of-the-art instructors need to look for new ways to improve their future learning using educational innovations. In this sense, this introduction assumes that teachers need to review the old origins of orientation and learning and update their learning experience to complete the necessities of Education 4.0.




Sharma, P. (2019). Digital Revolution of Education 4.0. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 9(2), 3558–3564.

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