Most experts are nowadays fearing about technology. The rapid automation that is happening in industrial sector has become a cause to worry for many policy planners because of the huge unemployment that automation creates when it displaces the workers. As a technologist, I certainly want technology to continue progressing and the role of technological progress should be to ease the lives of human beings through automation of strenuous and repetitive operations. Productive use of Technology happens when machines are used to ease the lives of human beings by means of automation. However, As a macroeconomist, I am also equally concerned about ensuring full-employment in the economy. Hence, I have to balance my dual professions when putting forth macroeconomic policies that would help in ushering the progress of technology as well as growth of overall economy. We have to plan our economy so that technology can continue its progress forever and this progresses enhances the consumer purchasing power in the economy so that human beings want further technological progress.
Every Tech expert who wishes to envision the future of Moore’s Law has to have a broader understanding of not only technology but also about macroeconomics. It is the poor macroeconomic policies that are resulting into a premature demise of Moore’s Law due to poor Return on Investments (RoI). Hence, for sustaining the progress of Moore’s law and for envisioning the More-than-Moore and Beyond CMOS drivers for the progress of Tech sector, we have to prepare our economy for a rapid growth in productivity of machines resulting from the rapid progress of Moore’s Law as well as for progress from More-than-Moore and Beyond CMOS drivers. With these in mind, I have authored the following Trilogy on Mass Capitalism, which would play a very significant role in the progress of our knowledge based economy.
CLICK ON EACH OF THE IMAGES BELOW TO VIEW THE DETAILSWhile I recommend to anybody interested in understanding how our future economy looks like to read my trilogy on Business & Economics, I would also recommend next generation of semiconductor professionals to consider reading my monograph on technology mentioned below. I believe that traditional Aluminum metal process is going to play a significantly important role in the upcoming Industry 4.0 by bringing about an overall progress of not only the bleeding edge of digital process technology but also an abundant use of traditional Aluminum process on Analog and Mixed Signal technology. I also recommend readers at large to read my recently authored articles which also made a Cover Story in recognized Industry publications like NaSPA as well as Cover story in October 2016 issue of the Financier Worldwide Magazine in order to get a brief understanding of my proposed ideas for progress of today’s knowledge based economy.
Only after reading the trilogy that I have authored as well as some of the articles that have made it into magazines, could you understand that for technological progress to continue in a sustainable way, ONLY human beings should apply and benefit from the growth of technology in this new economy. When a rapid automation leads to a rapid growth in productivity and this productivity can bring about a sufficient purchasing power for all human beings on this planet. The freed up time could be used for leisure, R&D for future technological progress, training and preparing workforce for future, increasing human creativity, elimination of poverty, etc. For all these ambitious goals to be achieved, it is essential that the economy has to adjust with the changes in time and space. Only Mass Capitalism based free market economy could adjust to these changes in time and space.
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Apek Mulay is a Business and Technology Consultant at Mulay’s Consultancy Services. He has authored a trilogy in three consecutive years viz. Mass Capitalism: A Blueprint for Economic Revival (2014), Sustaining Moore’s Law: Uncertainty Leading to a Certainty of IoT Revolution (2015) and How the Information Revolution remade Business, and the Economy: A Roadmap for Progress of the Semiconductor Industry with More than Moore and Beyond Moore (2016). His monograph on technology is entitled Improving Reliability of Tungsten Plug Via on an Integrated Circuitry: Process Flow in BiCMOS and CMOS technology with Failure Analysis, Design of Experiments, Statistical Analysis & Wafer Maps (2016). Mulay is author of patent Surface Imaging with Materials Identified by Colors. USCIS honored him with US permanent residency under the category of foreign nationals with extraordinary abilities in science and technologies. He engineer, economist, author, blogger and entrepreneur in an e-commerce business http://Calcuttahandicraft.in www.ApekMulay.com