Advances in new technologies have been taking place since the beginning of the history of mankind. From the invention of objects such as spears and knives made of stones and sticks to help capture and kill animals for food, to things like the first press and the computer. Question: Are the effects positive or negative?
Technology is a word used to describe or portray the progress, skills, creativity, commitments, opinions, and knowledge of a unique group of people: us as human beings. Technological advances have been exceptionally rapid in the 20th and 21st centuries. With electronic technology and machines produced and improved all the time, it was very likely that with the positive aspects of these new developments, people would also consider the negative aspects and would be glad to criticize new technologies.
On the plus side
It also foresees aging “NECESSITY is the mother of invention”, that is, needs tend to generate inventions and each invention joins the need for improvement and transient reproduction.
Other aspects of society and our individual lives are also influenced by technology in many direct and indirect ways, including governance, entertainment, human relationships, and our views on morality, reason, issue, and human nature. Needless to say, these developments also stimulate economic development, as the efficient use of technology reduces the cost of producing general materials and royalties that generate savings in the economy and therefore lead to national development.
And the negative side.
Problems and potential often go hand in hand; society has become increasingly dependent on technology. So much so that sometimes we don’t feel like thinking before we act. We are impatient if it takes more than a few seconds to download a copy of the morning paper. Expect immediate replies to our email and wait for someone to answer your mobile phone when and where we call.
“Technology in total is both a friend and an enemy”
“Technology, in short, is both a friend and an enemy,” writes Neil Postman, author of Technopoly. You can see the benefits and how technology can be seen as a friend of humanity that “makes life easier, cleaner and longer.” He can accept that he is good at humanity, it is almost a positive technology-based affirmation such as medical developments such as X-rays and medications that help prolong life and help humanity.
The Neil factor also argues that technology also undermines human processes. This technology creates a “culture without moral foundation” and undermines social relations between human beings. This can currently be seen with controversy on social media on the Internet. It was created for people to communicate and communicate, but some people use it as the only form of communication with other people. This doesn’t necessarily help your social skills in the real world and away from the Internet.
If technological developments are put to the best use, it inspires greater development in relevant and independent fields, but at the same time their passive use can cause chaos in humanity or in the world. Technology has changed, and will change, the moral fabric of humanity; it has led to humiliation in this area, and here, until it is changed for the current generation to receive this notice and not allow these hugely repeated social abuses, technological developments will continue to move rapidly as we move towards the next millennium. What is important is to make these developments benefit all humanity…