Government leaders at all levels are facing a relentless spiral of overdoses and deaths connected to the current opioid crisis. It is an acknowledged truth that information technology has dramatically changed the world and we can guess the coming times will introduce many new things. Our brains are under the influence of an ever- expanding world of new technology: multichannel television, video games, MP3 players, the internet, wireless networks, Bluetooth links – the list goes on and on.
Technology has also increased the productivity of almost every industry in the world. Long recorded conversations of Gandhi with Ramachandran, of Kanya Kumari, who had been with him in his later years, best reveal Gandhi’s views on technology. Because of the popularity and convenience of electronic products, people prefer to communicate through electronic devices with high technology.
Unless we wake up to the damage that the gadget-filled, pharmaceutically-enhanced 21st century is doing to our brains, we could be sleepwalking towards a future in which neuro-chip technology blurs the line between living and non-living machines, and between our bodies and the outside world.
HPT or the Human Performance Technology is an example of instructional technology developed recently. The most sensitive parts of technology are the theoretical or conceptual parts and technical parts. Modern technology has played a big role in changing the entertainment industry.
You get the vintage look of the original, but with modern underpinnings that make them a joy to build and drive. Technology has ushered us modern humans to a sedentary lifestyle that is having a devastating effect on our health. To solve these problems, the solutions need to focus on environment enhancement which includes resource saving and e-waste recycling, healthy life promotion and also improvement of social skills.