Technology and Its Impact on Society
Author Mr.Pratik Rajendra ButtePatil.
B.Tech-Agricultural Engineering (Final Year)
Abstract This paper sketches an overview of Technological advancements which have shown a substantial growth concerned with each and every field of humanity whether it be the communication systems, astronomy, nuclear powers, medical fields, automobiles, electronic devices of daily usage or the computers. Everything of the technologies has its uses and abuses over humanity; both of the views are taken in the account….
Humanity or Mankind has evolved from the essence that separates humans from beasts: the ability to use the mind for reason. Reason is the ability to analyze, create, deduce, …show more content…
Humanity is acquiring all the right technology for all the wrong reasons. R. Buckminster Fuller
Let’s face it; we’re a stressed society. In 1986, 33% of worldwide people reported living with stress almost daily and 60% reported living with “great stress” weekly and these stats continue to swell. In 1994, as many as 20% of worldwide people reported living with “great stress” almost daily. Two things are certain. First, humans are social creatures. Communication is essential for the exchange of information and the development of both emotional and mental growth.
On the minus side there is weaponry which is the inseparable issue of the new technologies. Nevertheless, weapon engineering propels and provides a huge advance. Rivalry between the countries may also be ascribed to technological advancements, as the countries compete for the development of new warfare techniques and equipments.On the other hand while many people live in horrible conditions and famine governments spend a lot of money on developing weapon industry. Is it the right way? Maybe the modern technology should either stop or prevent social disproportions.
Under the estimation, populations of 65 years old or over will occupy 24 percent of the global populations in the year of 2030, it will even be as high as 30 percent in certain nations. 5:1, for some countries like German and Canada it can be as low as 1:1. As the saying goes in political parlance that “Power