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Rapid growth in technology has accelerated the global economy replacing traditional methods almost universally. We're even replacing the replacement, with storage moving from spinning discs to solid state drives, and now onto the dedicated cloud infrastructure. However, all is not well in the land of the electron, as mass dissemination costs jobs and dilutes impact. With unemployment vastly underestimated and the economic ceiling approaching, we require a collective self-assessment. We may discover that resurrecting traditional methods proves less precarious to society enmasse.
Production timelines get drastically reduced with the advent of 3D printing. Ideas that seemed over-ambitious just a few years ago, may now appear within our grasp, both in terms of scale and innovation. The ability to print complex three dimensional forms in-house leads to rapid revision cycles. The future is teeming with automated production bots that reduce the human work-load while increasing output. We're sitting on the edge of a renaissance, unless we forget to include a human element in our design.