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Computer Revolution

  • Date Submitted: 01/19/2013 07:35 AM
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People have been trying to predict the future for a long time, and the future keeps surprising us. In the 1950's it was widely predicted that by the 21st century we would all be travelling in flying cars, which has not happened and is not likely to happen. No one predicted the computer revolution which makes possible this very web-site. There is no way to know what kind of technology will change our lives in the future or how our lives will change. It will almost certainly turn out to be a huge surprise. As for what India should do, I think the first requirement is population planning. I foresee terrible water shortages.
The role of Modern Technology and Science is increasing and has major impact on day-to-day lives of today's people, as it will in the future. One way or another, advancements in Science and Technology are affecting people all around the world, in New York and in an unknown place in Africa. Technology affects people's lives by improving medicines, provides better treatment for diseases and insures a longer life. It improves transportation by helping people move from one corner of the world to other in hours by using transportation services such as Airways, Railways, or even Bus Transportation.
Modern Technology changed people's lifestyle and the way they live. For example, now it's possible to surf Internet on TV, watch programs, pause Live TV, and even playback live shows. Internet surfing is a technology revolution. Because of that technology, a person could know what is happening on the other side of the world, chat with others about different matters and even talk using Instant Messaging Services. Watching TV on computers too is possible. Due to Internet, it is now possible to say that the world is at your fingertips.
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