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Does new technolgy help to increase the survivability rate and success rate for people?

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I do think that any new technology does indeed help people to increase their rates of survival and success.

The newer, the more powerful, the more advanced, the more sophisticated, and the faster that any new technology is, the higher the chances of survival and success will be.

It all depends on the state of the technology that is available for people to make use of in their lives.

The technology that I mention can be consumer products technologies, educational technologies, business technologies, military technologies, etc.

Very new, very powerful, very advanced, very sophisticated, and very fast technology will have a big impact in the world and will be a revolutionary force in changing the lives of people for the better.

As with anything else, anything can be used for either good or bad purposes, and it is always up to us to decide and choose whether to use something for good or bad applications.

Just do it - Nike.

asked Jan 7 in Technology by Ronnio (175,400 points)

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Some of it can, but not all technology even has that aim.  Some companies find it more profitable just to create gadgets that generate addiction. 

Never open doors if you don't dare to walk on through ...

answered Jan 7 by Tabbycat1 (770,090 points)
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