RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In partnership with the World Economic Forum, an organization that includes global leaders and entrepreneurs, Brazil announced yesterday, January 22nd, the installation of the first study and research center focused on 4.0 industry.
The special secretary of Productivity, Employment and Competitiveness of the Ministry of Economy, Carlos da Costa, and the governor of São Paulo, João Doria, will attend the ceremony in Davos, Switzerland.
Nicknamed C4IR (Center for the 4th Industrial Revolution) Brasil, the center will begin operations in the first half of this year. The body is a public-private partnership between . . .