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    those desks are apart of this generation of pioneers and apart of the generation that will be one of the most innovative in history. Essentially all of you are going to be the trailblazers of the new entrepreneurial reconstruction, cultural metamorphosis, and an enormous technological evolution which will continue as we get older and as we exist in this great day and age. However, few are aware or are skeptical of the transformation that is happening in the United States as we speak. To prevent any further confusion I am going to define the basis of the resolution and several terms that may draw confusion. What you all are going to witness is why our generation which I narrowed down to the people born from 1998-2001 specifically, as this will be the generation that breaks the most barriers, changes the culture and essentially acts as trailblazers for and makes opportunities for others younger than us to capitalize on what we’ve created.…

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    make shoes. With this example, the audience would be much more persuaded to believe that technology is taking over jobs, ultimately reducing our knowledge. With all of the tools that are up-and-coming in our world today, we are constantly trying to use these mechanisms in order to save ourselves effort in the future. Taking into consideration all of the expertise that goes into creating such remarkable resources, it is a shame that we put forth these priceless abilities to simply not…

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    This point of view is called cultural determinism. Whereas technological determinists believe that technology causes societal changes, cultural determinists believe that society causes technological innovation and change. Essentially, technology is the result of human development. For example, a cultural determinist would say that Facebook does not cause people to lose the ability to communicate face to face, rather those who do not want to communicate face to face use Facebook as a means to…

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    The structure-performance paradigm of industrial economy has been one of the most popular conceptual framework models in analyzing competitive advantages of firms. Porter’s Five Forces epitomize these frameworks, which only focus on analyzing suppliers, customers and the threats of a new entry in the market. While these theoretical frameworks have been helpful in providing insightful information, they hardly reveal the prevailing logic of value creation. As a result, new bases of competitive…

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    route, the ultimate goal is improving the communication between humans and technology should only serve as a vehicle in that interaction and she never consider interaction to become between human and machine, so Davidson had that assumes the imminent boundary of interaction. At the same time, the proliferation of the Technology has already made Turkle aware about the blurring the line between humans and the machines. While scientists and technology buffs have declared Singularity as a completion…

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    The Singularity

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    The evolutionary prize in our world is something humans overlook every day. It’s the power of our human brain that lets us sense the very world we live in. To touch, smell, visualize, listen, taste, and think are exactly these things that we overlook and are the answer to furthering human evolution. Humans have achieved the power to change our behavior, society, ways of life, and aspects of our physical form, thus breaking the connection with natural selection. Ray Kurzweil, a well-known…

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    The concepts Ray Kurzweil puts forth in the documentary The Transcendent Man are both intriguing and frightening. Kurzweil discusses Technological Singularity, also referred to as the “Accelerating Change Thesis”, and it’s meaning as “…a future period during which the pace of technological change will be so rapid, its impact so deep, that human life will be irreversibly transformed…” Many of Kurzweil’s ideas or predictions regarding the changing of our technological world, stemming from…

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    His claim insists that “the human brain is shaped with over millions of years of evolution to do one specific task, while a computer is formed using billions of identical transistors in regular memory that are controlled by a CPU”. When comparing the two, he stresses the fact that one is developed naturally, using an environmental influence, while the other uses a more synthetic approach. He believes that it will take a lot more time to understand the complexity of a human brain and a more…

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    Violent delights have violent ends "The development of full artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race” (Stephen Hawking). Hawking divulges that as we approach the singularity, our own creations will render us evolutionarily obsolete. Our great developments over time are the things that have allowed us to make our own tools, languages and commerce but someday instead of creating new technology our innovations may bring us to our own demise. Science fiction writer Vernor…

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    when Samantha leaves. Not unlike normal relationships at all, “Her” depicts a situation in which artificial intelligence is no longer artificial when they tend to love, think, and understand as people do. And more surprisingly, such revolution is in the corner. According to what Kurzweil, one of the most phenomenal futurists of 21st centuries and a steadfast advocate of super intelligence, predicted that in his book, “The singularity is near: When human transcends biology” that within next…

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