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Author Salgues, Bruno, author

Title Society 5.0 : industry of the future, technologies, methods and tools / Bruno Salgues
Published London : ISTE Ltd. ; Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2018
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Series Science, society and new technology series. Technological prospects and social applications set ; v. 1
Science, society and new technology series. Technological prospects and social applications set ; v. 1
Contents Cover; Half-Title Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Foreword; Society 5.0 Revealed; Preface; Introduction; Preamble for Understanding Society 5.0; I.1. Artificial intelligence; I.2. 3D printing; I.3. Platform economy and "servitization"; 1. Society 5.0, Its Logic and Its Construction; 1.1. The origins of society 5.0; 1.2. The ancient ages; 1.3. Cybernics or cyber-physical systems; 1.4. The Council on Competitiveness-Nippon (COCN); 1.5. The lessons of history; 1.6. The decision variables of society 5.0; 1.6.1. Which role for information?; 1.6.2. Which role for time?
1.6.3. Which role for nature?1.6.4. Which role for distraction?; 1.6.5. Which role for identity?; 1.6.6. Which role for alienation?; 1.6.7. Which role for action?; 1.7. The contribution of the first revolution; 1.8. Humanity 2.0 and society 5.0; 1.9. The new role of society 5.0: a return to bio?; 1.10. Growing sectors and lagging sectors; 1.11. The elements of society 5.0; 2. From Society 5.0 to Its Associated Policies; 2.1. The place of politics in organizations; 2.1.1. The three levels: strategic, tactical, operational; 2.1.2. Politics and ethics
2.1.3. The relationship between the strategic, tactical and operational levels, and the organization's functions and tasks2.2. The implementation of national policies; 2.3. The notion of walls; 2.3.1. Different types of walls; 2.3.2. The "NIMBY" wall; 2.3.3. The wall between private individuals and professionals; 2.4. New political attitudes; 2.4.1. Vetocracy; 2.4.2. Ultrademocracy; 2.5. The role of governments; 2.5.1. The protection of national industry; 2.5.2. The limitations required by governments; 2.5.3. The question of public orders; 2.5.4. New cultural policies
3. Industry 4.0 at the Core of Society 5.03.1. Business in society 5.0; 3.1.1. The recent history of the decline of industry; 3.1.2. The impact of political choices; 3.1.3. Pierre Musso's perspective; 3.2. The firm: a general theory; 3.2.1. The management of a firm; 3.2.2. The definition of a market; 3.2.3. The concept of productive activity; 3.2.4. The fundamental structures of the firm; 3.2.5. The question of the appearance of improved structures; 3.2.6. The usefulness of the concept of profit center; 3.2.7. The difference between functions and structures
3.2.8. The relationship between environment, strategy and structure3.3. The determinants of the factory of the future; 3.3.1. The main determinants; 3.3.2. The place of digital; 3.3.3. Direct manufacturing; 3.4. The different types of factories of the future; 3.4.1. Factory 4.0: "integrated logistics chain"; 3.4.2. The Key-Technology factory: "a highly differentiating process"; 3.4.3. The Craft-Industrial factory: "tailor-made industrialized production"; 3.4.4. The Client Drive factory: "the customer operates the process"; 3.4.5. The Low Cost factory: "in Open Source."
Summary Following the rapid development of connected technologies, which are now highly sophisticated and spread across the globe, Society 5.0 has emerged and brought with it a dramatic societal shift. In 1998, Kodak, the world leader in photographic film, had 170,000 employees. It thus seemed unthinkable that just 3 years later, the majority of people would stop taking photographs to paper film and that Kodak would have disappeared. These are the stakes of this new society that is taking shape. This book, which does not seek to critique current politics, management or marketing literature, aims to fight against the excesses of this often-misunderstood Society 5.0 and to present the ideas and associated technologies that comprise it, all working towards societal improvement. Among these technologies, artificial intelligence, robotics, digital platforms and 3D printing are undoubtedly the most important, and thus receive the greatest focus
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed September 5, 2018)
Subject Artificial intelligence
Industries -- Technological innovations
Technology -- Social aspects
Artificial intelligence.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Industrial Management.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Management Science.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Organizational Behavior.
Industries -- Technological innovations.
Technology -- Social aspects.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1119507316