Our Modern Technology

We are currently in the era where all progress soars at a very fast rate society is continually adapting to come up with solutions to solve a majority of world problems. Technology is the substitute of human domination. It is meant to make mankind smarter and stronger. In this world where people cannot live without any handheld device, computer and internet connection, our suffering world is starting to realize that technology has an opposite effect. We forgot about those who are demented in attempting to make ends meet, lack the basic necessities of life, and those who are mostly neglected.

When the nuclear power was discovered, it started to terrify and paralyze its developers. The extensibility of our modern machineries and its dexterity has made a mess in our society and lead to economic sluggishness. Now is the time to use technology to assist those who cannot help themselves. By utilizing these technologies, there will be much progress in the field of science and medicine, economic establishment dependent on the Internet, emergence of information gateways, and new approach to industrial and farming division. Technology will give the knowledge and education to these people so they may become flourishing nations so they finally can provide on their own.

Time will come that common sickness will be controlled and people will live healthier and longer lives. When an exchange of industrial and agricultural technology take place, new jobs will also be concocted to give higher wages to more people at the same time will prevent child labor. Food supply will also increase; health and medical care will no longer be a problem. Crime rates will be greatly reduced as people are now able to meet their needs. A small jumpstart from these third world countries, alleviation in the lifestyle will be easily felt.

Modern technology utilization, like Internet, a person, or a group of people, may become major role players in the expanding electronic economy. The cost of business transaction can be made affordable with the help of easily and accessible technology. Companies and businesses will start emerging, thus more demand on workforce. This stable growth will in turn result in additional health and educational funding, additional infrastructure; the result will be a country that is competitive in the world market. If these developing countries embrace the technological advancement it will bridge the gap that these developed countries have with underdeveloped ones.

If we treat each as equals, share advancements in technology, the global majority will no longer race to win, but race to help those in need through technological transfers, then the global audience will benefit. Technology is not meant to be used only by the strong minority. Technology is not meant for the gifted few, but it is meant for the whole.