فهد الغفيلي تويتر. تويتر فهد بن عبدالله

Fahd Alghofaili References Cowan, R Cowan, 2010 This seems to be true, because many innovations were invented at the beginning for military purposes, such as Internet, Radar, GPS, and digital photography, were adapted for civilian uses, such as communication, microwave, navigation, and digital camera
Mankind has begun to use many different kinds of technology innovation, since the stone use, two million years ago, until the car invention more than hundred years

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1987 Does improved technology mean progress? 1969 A Special Supplement: Technology: The Opiate of the Intellectuals.

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Cowan, 2010 The misuse of technology which was the cause of two world war, the biological weapons, environment harmfulness, and many other negative things have led some people to rethink about technology and look at it in a skeptical way
علي الغفيلي
Birmingham: Presessional Programme, EISU, the University of Birmingham
فهد الغفيلي تويتر
1969 Comment: The Role of Technology in Society and the Need for Historical Perspective
Technology and Culture, 10 4 : 528-534 Marx, L Marx, 1987 Some scientists have said that some innovations that were used at first for military purposes were adapted for a civilian use such as internet can be a positive and a sign of social progress
Technology and Culture, 53 2 : 525-529 Mesthene, E New York Review of Books, 31st July 1969 [page not known] McDermott, J

فهد بن عبد الله الغفيلي

Technology Review, [volume and part number not found]: 33-44 Marx, L.

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That effect is considered as two sides come together, one is useful for the humanity, and the other is harmful
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Above all, would audiences accept such argument or ignore it? Finding a main criterion to measure the technology effect if it is good or bad, such as those were mentioned by Marx 1987 to answer his question, if improved technology means progress or not, focusing on three main issues for measurement, efficiencies, cost, and trouble elimination
تويتر فهد بن عبدالله
Social Research, 64 3 : 965-988 McDermott, J