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friend that I play fantasy baseball with just died.. Apparently,
SOMEBODY knew enough about his life to NOTIFY his friends. So, I'm
thinking, NOBODY knows much about my life, and if I died, nobody would know it. Then
it hit me.. iDead.... It's an app for the fitbit or smartwatch that
can tell when you're dead, and then follow your instructions.. What?excon
What are your considerations in coming up with a Technology plan?
What is Technology Planning?Technology planning is the process of planning the technical evolution of a program/ system to achieve the organisations outcomes.Why do we need Technology Planning?Given that resources are limited, there is a need to be strategic in allocating resources so that the organisation's outcomes can be achieved.
In today's technology-filled world, it is impossible for our children to stay off the internet (unless you live out in the middle of nowhere or you keep your kid in a bunker, in which case this debate isn't for you). Because of this, many parents have taken it upon themselves to monitor their child's online activity -- from what cat video they Googled at 11PM last night to who they're texting right now.I'm here to ask what your opinion is. Should parents crack down on kids' online activity, or should they be more lenient and trustworthy?Here are some possible topics of discussion: device ownership, child age, child maturity, parental familiarity with technology, mistrust, parent-child relationships, internet safety talks, etc.
there is an up coming issue that needs debating, the topic of Designer Babies, should we or should we not. Designer babies are genetically modified babies that undergo biotechnology to change the genes in a living embryo.so the question is, should we do this and if so. WHY? or should we not and if so WHY?
Right now, Prosthetic technology provides a functional feature for those who have lost any bodily function and requires artificial device that replaces any missing body parts, seeking to provide convenience to the user. However, as prosthetics technology continues to improve, we might reach a point where prosthetics brings about enhancement to one body such that it provides an advantage to the user (An example could be the case on Oscar Pistorius). In that case, where do we draw the line?
Read this article and share your thoughts: http://nypost.com/2016/08/27/its-digital-heroin-how-screens-turn-kids-into-psychotic-junkies/?utm_source=pocket&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=pockethits