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Analyzing the Major Issues of the 4th Industrial Revolution

  • Jeon, Jeonghwan;Suh, Yongyoon
    • Asian Journal of Innovation and Policy
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    • v.6 no.3
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    • pp.262-273
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    • 2017
  • Recently, the attention to the $4^{th}$ Industrial Revolution has been increasing. In the $4^{th}$ Industrial Revolution era, the boundaries between physical space, digital space, and biological space are becoming blurred because of the active convergence between various fields. There are many issues about the $4^{th}$ Industrial Revolution such as artificial intelligence, Internet of things, big data, and cyber physical system. To cope with the $4^{th}$ Industrial Revolution, an accurate analysis and technology planning need to be undertaken from a broad point of view. However, there is little research on the analysis of the major issues about the 4th Industrial Revolution. Accordingly, this study aims to analyse these major issues. Data mining such as topic modelling method is used for this analysis. This study is expected to be helpful for the researcher and policy maker of the 4th Industrial Revolution.

Future Image of Fashion Industry According to Level of Consumer Knowledge and Anxiety Level of the 4th Industrial Revolution (4차 산업혁명에 대한 소비자의 지식수준과 불안수준에 따른 패션산업의 미래이미지)

  • Seo, Sangwoo
    • Journal of Fashion Business
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    • v.22 no.4
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    • pp.130-144
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    • 2018
  • This study aims to examine the future image of the fashion industry according to the level of consumer knowledge and anxiety about the 4th industrial revolution. An online survey was carried out from March 13 to 23, 2018. A total of 698 consumers participated in the survey. The results of the study are as follows. The consumer knowledge level about the 4th industrial revolution was 10.2% for the first recognition, 48.3% for the term recognition, and 41.5% for the content understanding. The level of consumer anxiety about the 4th industrial revolution was 36.5% lower than average and 63.5% higher than the average. An ANOVA was conducted to confirm the anxiety according to the knowledge level of the 4th industrial revolution. The results revealed that consumers with higher knowledge level felt more anxiety than consumers with a lower level of knowledge. Consumer's knowledge level about the 4th industrial revolution did not affect the future image of fashion industry and individual phases of the fashion industry. Consumer's anxiety level about the 4th industrial revolution had a partial influence on the future image of the fashion industry and on each phase of the fashion industry. In the midstream and downstream areas of the fashion industry, significant differences were observed in the future image according to the level of anxiety.

토픽모델링을 활용한 4차 산업혁명의 주요 이슈 분석

  • Jeon, Jeong-Hwan;Seo, Yong-Yun
    • Proceedings of the Korea Technology Innovation Society Conference
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    • pp.1321-1321
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    • 2017
  • Recently the attention to the 4th industrial revolution has been increasing. In the 4th industrial revolution era, the boundaries of physical space, digital space, and biological space are becoming blurred since the active convergence between various fields There are a lot of issues on the 4th industrial revolution such as artificial intelligence, internet of thing, big data, and cyber physical system. Accordingly, this study aims to analyse the main issues of the 4th industrial revolution. Data mining such as topic modelling method is used for the analysis. This study is expected to be helpful for the researcher and policy maker of the 4th industrial revolution.

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A Study on the 4th Industrial Revolution in the View of Special Educational Teachers (특수교사들의 관점에서 바라보는 4차 산업혁명)

  • Jeong, Gyeong Hee;Song, Byung Seop
    • 재활복지
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    • v.22 no.4
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    • pp.153-172
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    • 2018
  • This study is to examine the awareness of the 4th industrial revolution among special educational teachers as a preliminary study to explore the future special educational should continue forward in this new period. For the purposes of this study, a survey was conducted focusing on 117 special educational teachers in Korea. The major results were presented as follow. special educational teachers recognized that "the 4th industrial revolution" will have a positive effects on the special education, However, the level of understanding and interest in this was low. Moreover, Special teachers learned about 4th Industrial Revolution mainly through TV and media, recognized the needs for expert education on the fourth industrial revolution. Special teachers recognized that the Fourth Industrial Revolution was necessary for special education but was not realistically prepared. Special teachers said that programs for special education should be developed and distributed based on the 4th Industrial Revolution. In conclusion, The study is meaningful in understanding the Fourth Industrial Revolution from the perspective of special teachers and in providing basic evidence to support special education.

Role and Policies of STP in the Era of 4th Industrial Revolution from Triple Helix Viewpoint

  • Kang, Byung-Joo
    • World Technopolis Review
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    • v.6 no.2
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    • pp.90-101
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    • 2017
  • This paper defines the role of the Science Park and makes policy recommendations for the "Era of $4^{th}$ Industrial Revolution" from a Triple Helix viewpoint. The role of traditional science parks, and theory of Triple Helix and the $4^{th}$ Industrial Revolution are reviewed, and strategies to cope with the $4^{th}$ Industrial Revolution in a few advanced countries are analyzed. This paper finishes by suggesting strategies such as acceleration of networking, education to foster creative and innovative manpower and initiating capacity building projects for the advancement of Science Parks in the $4^{th}$ Industrial Revolution.

A Study on the Technology Utilization for Smart Education in the 4th Industrial Revolution Era

  • Han, Oakyoung;Kim, Jaehyoun
    • Journal of Internet Computing and Services
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    • v.19 no.4
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    • pp.71-82
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    • 2018
  • As the era of the $4^{th}$ industrial revolution began, it is possible to provide smart education by utilizing various new technologies. This paper included 6 steps to prove that the educational satisfaction of students' can be improved by applying the technology of the $4^{th}$ Industrial Revolution toward smart education. The first step is to review technologies of the $4^{th}$ industrial revolution that could enable smart education. The second step is to define areas that smart education should include by adopting technologies of the $4^{th}$ industrial revolution. The third step is to extract the keyword through literature review while the keyword can constitute the smart education for the defined areas. The fourth step is to present the research model by using the extracted keyword. The fifth step is to verify the proposed research model through questionnaires. The last step is to analyze the result of questionnaires to suggest better educational method. Consequentially, the purpose of this study is to verify the effectiveness of smart education by measuring students' expectation about smart education through questionnaire. As a result, students responded that the presented factors of smart education could maximize the effect of education by increasing the satisfaction of education. Therefore, it is necessary to utilize the technology of the $4^{th}$ Industrial revolution in the education field and apply the smart education method for better education.

The Strengthening of Export Competitiveness through the 6th Agriculture Industrialization and the 4th Industrial Revolution (4차 산업혁명 시대에 농업의 6차산업화와 이를 통한 수출경쟁력 강화)

  • Jung, Jin-Sup;Khoe, Kyungil
    • The Journal of Industrial Distribution & Business
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    • v.9 no.3
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    • pp.31-43
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    • 2018
  • Purpose - With the technology of the 4th industrial revolution, business models of agricultural sector are changing rapidly toward convergence and high value-added business models due to the 6th industrialization of agricultural. Our goals is to examine the 6th industrialization of agriculture, and then to apply the technology of the 4th industrial revolution to the 6th industrialization of agriculture, suggesting the possibility of future agriculture, and then linking the export competitiveness of agricultural products. Research design, data, and methodology - As the methodology, case studies and empirical analyzes were conducted as well as literature studies. The case analyses included tomatoes, pig breeding farms, and an empirical analysis was conducted using the AHP analysis by experts of the 6th industrialization. In addition, using 124 survey data, this study examined and analyzed the items of the 4th industrial revolution technology for the 6th industrialization of agriculture and the strengthening of export competitiveness. Results - Results showed that the technology of the 4th Industrial Revolution helped "6th industrialization of agriculture" and "the strengthening of export competitiveness" using two successful cases. The AHP analysis was also carried out, and it was found that the improvement of the technology in the 4th industrial revolution could contribute to the future industrialization as well as the 6th industrialization of agriculture. First of all, we looked many conditions were important and urgent. Among the technologies of the 4th industrial revolution, the mobile, big data were important. Moreover, it was recognized that linkage and convergence related efforts would greatly contribute to strengthening export competitiveness of agriculture such as price and quality competitiveness. Conclusions - The 4th industrial revolution such as hyper-connectivity, hyper-intelligence and hyper-predictability contribute greatly to the 6th industrialization of agriculture, and therefore it is essential to improve the competitiveness of the agricultural sector by using the technology of the 4th industrial revolution. In particular, based on analyses of the diamond model, the "demand conditions" was the most important factor for the activation of the 6th Industrialization, and then "related and supporting fields", "factor conditions" and "business context" were followed in order. The results of this study can be useful for policy, practical and academic sectors.

Evaluation of the Theory of the 4th Industrial Revolution

  • Moon, Youngho;Seol, Sung-Soo
    • Asian Journal of Innovation and Policy
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    • v.6 no.3
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    • pp.245-261
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    • 2017
  • As of the end of August 2017, there were 392 academic articles for $4^{th}$ Industrial Revolution in Korea. Is the vigorous discussion on the 4th Industrial Revolution in Korea normal? We checked the main theories on this topic by existing theories and responses of major countries and industries. The findings are that there are technologies called a Technological Revolution, and the industrial application of some technologies is in the starting stage. If comes, the Industrial Revolution is expected with the structure as follows: excellence science, core technologies, base technologies, application and infrastructure, and institutions. Nonetheless, the brisk studies are from three branches such as the Industry 4.0, social connection and artificial intelligence. The Industry 4.0, the digital transformation of manufacturing is the on-going issue in the industry, and artificial intelligence brings the biggest discourse. The 392 literature are mostly from introduction and preparation for future; technology 15.8%, industry 26.3%, society 24.5%, education 19.1%, policy 10.7%. The labor and employment is only 3.6%.

Recognition of the 4th Industrial Revolution of Science and Technician and Women's University Students

  • Hwang, Eui-Chul
    • Journal of the Korea Society of Computer and Information
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    • v.23 no.11
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    • pp.159-165
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    • 2018
  • In this study, it is analyzed that keywords of the interest in the 4th industrial revolution for science and Technician K women's university students, areas to prioritize in the strategy of 4th industry revolution, to research compare analyze the recognition of science technology such as the most necessary education, human resource development of universities and companies in Korea and abroad according to the technology trend required in the 4th Industrial revolution era and which area to prepare for the 4th industrial revolution. The survey result shows different thoughts of science and Technician(KOFST) and the women university students. In the 1) 4th industrial revolution, the 96% of former are interested, while 60% of latter are interested. And in the most used keywords, the former group used AI(24%), Fusion new industry(21%) the most, while the latter group used AI(34%), Robot(18%). And, 3) in the strategic priority, the science technology experts are interested in education, R&D system innovation(27%), IoT, Information and Communication(26%) and the university students are interested in IoT, Information and Communication(31%), AI(28%). Finally, 4) the science technology experts thought of Autonomous Vehicle(20%), 3D Printer(7%), AI(16%) important, while the women university students thought of AI(27%), VR/Augmented Reality(17%), and Autonomous Vehicle(16%) the most necessary education. In the 4th industrial revolution, we need people with ability to solve complicated problems with creativity based on understanding and absorbing new knowledge and thinking of converged idea.