The big winners of the so-called “Installation Phase” of the Digital Techno-Economic Revolution were the makers of the core technology and their investors; i.e., chips, networks, and software. They were mostly located in America’s blue states like California, Washington, Massachusetts, and New York. However, the big winners in the deployment phase will be companies that generate huge productivity gains by applying digitization to manufacturing, agriculture and extractive industries. Those companies are located primarily in so-called red states. How will this growth manifest itself? And, what are the implications for jobs, public policy, and investments? We’ll show you.
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