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    the traditional American living room is dead and instead of families getting together in the evenings as yesteryear, they isolate themselves in rooms with technology (Rehash (South Park), 2014). As the problems increase as the result of (almost daily) various technical advances, I envision a continued strife between man and technology. Technologies such as cloning, genetically modified corn, and robotics in particular bring to light some of the deep traditional principal and ethical issues…

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    The View of Future Technology has become a trend that opens the doors to the exploration of surreal technological features. That places us closer to the future people imagined. However, this futuristic world could trap our lives. Instead of enjoying the sunlight and fresh air, we will imprison and control by machines. Everything, people, animals, plants, and objects will be monitoring by machines, and our body, thoughts, and decisions would not have anything to express. Moreover, they will…

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    How Does Technology Work?

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    controlling the use of fire, to the irrigation techniques employed by ancient civilizations; technology dates back thousands, if not millions of years. While predated humans were probably well aware of fire and this natural reaction that existed long before we did, exactly who first learned to control fire and use it for various purposes, such as heating or cooking, remains a mystery. Given that, “Technology is not about tools, it deals with how Man works.” (Drucker, 1979, p. vii) – what it does…

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    In Author Thomas P. Hughes ' essay, he asks “Which came first, Technology or society”? He then goes on defining technology, and society to give readers a clear understanding of each subject, in his own words. I personally agree with the statements and facts that Hughes made throughout the whole article. Hughes (2004) states that “Technology is- and has always been-all around us. It is a fundamental part of what it means to be human and how society functions.” In that instance, he basically…

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    No Technology No Investment! Technology and investment are two inseparable dependent catalysts; they affect the success of each other. Since the times of the early man (medieval age); millions of years ago, man used technology to increase efficiency to easily investment. In this case, simply think of the crude farming tools such as hoes, blades; transport means such as carts; manufacturing of tools, utensils and many others. Despite the level of technology being crude or extremely simple…

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    information technology in the late twentieth century, people have witnessed an increase in the speed of information exchange and exchange with different parts of the world. There are many questions revolving around what has happened recently related to this new technology. Humans are at the center of all of this new progress and, sometimes, there are negative effects. Modern technology has become a double-edged sword. The difference between positive and negative effects of technology in modern…

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    Importance Of DIY Projects

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    DIY (Do It Yourself) projects cover a wide range of activities and can be classified in several ways. The services sector is the most dynamic sector in the world, partly because people these days tend to work more and have less free time. Call any cost service provider, not just money in the call for these people - they charge a small fee if you are working or not - but a substantial amount for the job. Of course, there are specialized jobs that require a professional, but there are countless…

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    Technologies are an Additional Value to the Hotel Industry Can you image a hotel fully staffed by robots? The Henn-na Hotel in Nagasaki is the first hotel where technologies bring the guests one step further into the future (“Henn-na Hotel General Concept”).It is the first hotel in the world where the hotel is staffed by robots. The journey starts at the front desk where guests will be welcomed by robots that speak multiple languages that will help to check- in and out. Then, a robotic arm will…

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    Gen-Y Case Study

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    informational system, establishments haverevised to the new atmosphere of express change, pervasive use of IT and communication technology, and fast admittance to knowledge. As a consequence, societal structures and managerial forms have rehabilitated. Adding to that, new generation is entering the workforce, popularly called as Gen-Y, and is basically geeks in technology. Unlike other generation, Gen Y has theiridentifiabledistinctive set of morals, approaches, and conducts that may…

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    1. Introduction Nowadays, people can connect different messages and information from different countries easily. New technology, transportation helps to closer the relationship in the world. Therefore, globalization leads to countries become multicultural (Kotler & Keller, 2016). Globalization provides the opportunity to company offer their product that cover in the world so that consumers can connect products and service everywhere (Keegan & Green, 2013). In addition, it will be the chance to…

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