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Discuss your experiences with technology and how comfortable you are using technology both personally and professionally.
What are examples of a digital footprint?
How did we entertain ourselves before and after technology?
In her essay “On Software, or the Persistence of Visual Knowledge,” what does Wendy Hui Kyong Chun mean when she describes computers as “ideology machines”? How does she argue that computers convey and reinforce ideological systems? What might this mean for the larger question of video games and consequent real-life behavior? What might this mean for our relationship with technology in general?
Do computers alienate their users from society?
Consider how drone technology has been changing and impacting acquisition. Discuss how drones are going to change (or not change) the acquisition of goods in the future
Do the benefits of technology outweigh its disadvantages?
How Does Technology Affect Us
Your friend recommends a new mobile application that will help you easily monitor all your financial resources in one easy-to-use location. What are some of the actions you can take to verify the application is trustworthy?
What does Wendy Chun mean when she says, "Software or, to be precise, the curious separation of software from hardware—drives this compensatory gesture. Software perpetuates certain notions of seeing as knowing, of reading and readability that were supposed to have faded with the waning of indexicality. It does so by mimicking both ideology and ideology critique, by conflating executable with execution, program with process, order with action.3 Software, through programming languages that stem from a gendered system of command and control, disciplines its programmers and users, creating an invisible system of visibility. The knowledge software offers is as obfuscatory as it is revealing."
Does technology help or hinder the advancement of society, especially the development of political and economic systems?
What are some reasons why google is beneficial for people?
The year 2019 will mark the fiftieth anniversary of the first host-to-host internet connection. Please think about the next fifty years. Where will the internet and digital life be a half-century from now? Please tell us how you think connected technology, platforms, and applications will be integrated into people's lives. You can tackle any dimension of this question that matters to you. What new rules, laws, or innovations in its engineering over the intervening years will change the character of today's internet?
Are we in the midst of a revolution in technology and to what extent is this a positive or negative state of affairs?
advancement of technology! technology today makes people lazy and unhealthy plz give ur'lls views so it helps to look at it from different ways tnx
List and discuss the types of crimes, both traditional and nontraditional, that is facilitated through the use of computers.
Does technology make us worse writers?
Which would be the greatest advancement in the Communications Technology Industry? Iphones are overrated. Are there any other advancements that should be just as appreciated? (Over the past ten-twenty years.)
What are the main arguments in Warf's "Geographies of Global Internet Censorship" and Muller and Bendrath's "The End of the Net as We Know It"? Deep Packet Inspection and Internet Governance"? How can we relate these arguments to contemporary society?
Does technological advancement justify exploitation?
Identify the technical aspects of a Blackberry 9900 Bold.
What are the arguments in these two articles? Do these sources overlap or diverge? 1. Cramer, Florian. "What is 'Post-Digital'?", in Berry, D., and M. Dieter, eds. Postdigital Aesthetics: Art, Computation And Design. 2015 edition. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015: https://aprja.net/article/download/116068/165295 2. Vincent, James. “The Invention of AI ‘Gaydar’ Could Be the Start of Something Much Worse.” The Verge, September 21, 2017
How should technology serve education?
Why is Apple's technology so slow? For example, no iPhones have an under display fingerprint sensor, yet androids do.
What would you do in a world without television, mobile and internet? admire nature's beauty and excel in studies
What does "i" in i-Phone or i-pad mean?
Why is technology good now?
Name a business with which you are familiar, briefly explain the type of work or activities or operations that take place, and briefly describe its current computer and IT systems. Assume you have been asked to plan and conduct a security analysis for its computer and IT systems. Outline the planning and the actual activities and analysis you would undertake.
Please summarize this article in 100–130 words. Article: https://littleindia.com/from-agriculture-to-art-the-ai-wave-sweeps-in/
Discuss internetworking devices and which device is best for which environment?
What are some examples technology which required "staying the course" for many years before returns were made?
teachers technology has a great impact on education. Do you agree or disagree?
What are knowledge markets, and what is their impact in the field of ICT?
Explain what passwords and authentications are intended to achieve. Discuss the issues of managing passwords and authentications from a security and IT management perspective, and how security management might vary depending on the level of threat to the information protected. Consider these different types of organizations: asmall bakery, a mid-sized manufacturing company, and a bank. What type and level of passwords and authentications you think would be suitable for each of them?
As a business owner or IT manager, describe the key issues, actions, and security problems in choosing software for an organization's computer systems and keeping the software up to date.
Machine learning has begun to "colonize" many different domains of modern life, including the classification of illnesses, the steering of cultural taste, optimizing search results, determining recidivism in the granting of parole, as well as scoring job applications and credit scores. What happens when we start to give over more and more of our social, political, and economic decision-making to machine intelligence? Relate your answer to the articles below: 1. Cramer, Florian. "What is 'Post-digital?" https://aprja.net/article/download/116068/165295 2. Vincent, James. "The Invention of AI ‘Gaydar’ Could Be the Start of Something Much Worse." The Verge, September 21, 2017 3. Greenfield, Adam. "Machine Learning" in Radical Technologies:https://edisciplinas.usp.br/pluginfile.php/5156905/mod_folder/content/0/Radical%20Technologies%20%E2%80%93%20The%20Design%20of%20Everyday%20Life.pdf?forcedownload=1
Identify the main points in a summary of the article entitled, "Technology Transfer and Modernization: What Can Philosophers of Technology Contribute?"