Driverless cars and trucks rule the road, while robots “man” the factories. Super-smartphones hail Uber helicopters or even planes to fly their owners across mushrooming urban areas. Machines use algorithms to teach themselves cognitive tasks that once required human intelligence, wiping out millions of managerial, as well as industrial, jobs. These are visions of a world remade — for the most part, in the next five to 10 years — by technological advances that form a fourth industrial revolution. Read more at The Washington Post.