Tecnology and Society

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Science, Technology and Society

"The concept of the cell phone is that you have absolutely nothing to say and you have to tell someone now." Jerry Seinfeld

"The real progress is putting technology to everyone"
Henry Ford

Question:
Do the scientific and technological advances together or separate to society?

As the years go global society has had to adapt to scientific and technological changes that are being created, but the important question we want to ask is: What generates these advances, the union or separation of society?

Zimman said that science is the engine for development and to alleviate inequities as well as Friedman says the differences are eliminated thanks to this. Borgman notes that these artifacts bring us closer to happiness. These different opinions make us generate our initial question.

In our view technological advances can make both, unite society and also separate, since we live in a world / very unequal society also generating discrimination, advances bring people that can cover the costs thereof; citing the iPhone, iPod and iPad. Apple handles annually renew your items, putting an added bonus in each of them, generating expectations and desire in society to acquire it, but do not really know if we do or do happy that continues to serve the same functions as above . Separate society because as mentioned in this society so fair not everyone can acquire in this case an iPhone, separating more to the "poor" of the "rich".

BRAINSTORM

FRIEDMAN
WORLD IS FLAT
• opportunities are matched
• The differences are eliminated thanks wings technologies (ICT) • States that are in globalization 3.0
• Outsourcing
• Prevalence of competitiveness requires immersing the growing individual to the global • Taking into account equality? Conditions of equity? Access means real opportunity? Speaking of Barkin, believes that few have the control of production and poor or emerging countries do not compete on equal terms, in the end he...
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