The sizzling city of Valdada is located in present day Orlando through Fort Lauderdale. Our city was first introduced to the country in 2067 by a man named Saul Matthew. Some of the problems Saul Matthew’s and Valdada had to overcome were the zoning and tax laws that the US government put in place. Shortly after the creation of Valdada people came to live some of which were retired high, medium, and low wealth. Young, old, and retired people. The location of Valdada is located by a ocean. People in our city are able to get a nice tan and relax by the beach in the very sunny environment. For fun the people of Valdada go to the water park and the arcade. Over the years we have been able to create a city that run on sunlight and waste so our streets are clean and safe.
We zoned our city with residential on one side, commercial in the middle, and industriel on the other side. Some of the commercial interminglesa with the residential like a charging station here and there is a stop and shop just off the highway. Our residents are happy because the factories are all naturally cared by good workers, which means they are run on gases that won’t hurt the atmosphere, as well as they are on the other side of the city so they aren’t kept up by the machines moving.
What drives the economy is, our self helping robots. That are made only for the disabled and elderly and some normal people. Now, these robots are built for giving medicine to the seniors. Now, this part of the robot has a
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We have already seen a decrease in jobs due to automation. Since 2000, the United States has lost 5 million factory jobs, while from 2006 to 2013, manufacturing grew by 17.6% (roughly 2.2% a year). 88% of those jobs were lost due to “productivity growth,” cites a study by Ball State University. The study also found that all sectors grew in terms of productivity by at least 32% from 1998 to 2012 when adjusted for inflation, with computer and electronic products rising 829%. In fact, the researchers found: “If 2000-levels of productivity are applied to 2010-levels of production, the U.S. would have required 20.9 million manufacturing workers instead of the 12.1 million actually employed.” In summary, due to companies’ expenditures in automation and software, the output per U.S. manufacturing worker has doubled over the past two decades. Indeed, “the real robotics revolution is ready to begin,” according to the Boston Consulting Group, who predict “the share of tasks that are performed by robots will rise from a global average of around 10% across all manufacturing industries
We as a community are all able to contribute to alleviating this problem. We pay a big amount of taxes, and it is reasonable to say that we can have a say in how to spend some of them. The community would be a much better place if the government, as well as some more fortunate individuals, are able to spend money on efforts to preserve our pristine environment. Many charities and organizations of people we could trust would spend this money appropriately, and it would be great if more people supported these groups. It would also be helpful if the government leaders can legislate stricter regulations in terms of infrastructure’s pollution limits. The Loudoun County region is quickly urbanizing, and it would be very beneficial if we can continue to grow without any damage to our climate. In practicality, many things can make sure of this. For instance, the local council could enforce that all construction and industrial processes are done by the most modern and eco-friendly technology.Some might argue that this would drive industries away, but I think that the businesses that would leave are not appropriate for our community to house anyway. Our community could also do with more parks and reserves in the area. Driving around the city, I see that lush, dense woods that house a great number of organisms are being cleared out for more offices and buildings. This is somewhat inevitable, but I think there should
Centralizing their efforts in making public transit readily available for people but also the access to many shops and stores. Evolving into the fastest growing metropolitan city, Los Angeles now offers a wide range of housing that attracts many for more than one reason. Promoting walkable living and easy access to vast activities and restaurants. Adding up all the amenities, allows for an understanding of the positive carbon footprint and smog depletion. Over the years Los Angeles has become less sprawled of a community in an effort to better breathing and smog conditions in surrounding neighborhoods. Depicted by the image below, Los Angeles ranked number one as the most effective city in their efforts to centralize all goods, living, and public transportation within a walking distance. Therefore, encouraging people to walk instead of driving and lowering air emissions for a cleaner
A huge technology revolution is freely replacing millions of robots instead of humans. As in today we have a few machines that do our daily jobs. Some of the technology that are being placed with humans are ATM Machines instead of tellers, auto manufactures which is an automotive industry that develops cars, travel agents, cashiers, transportation and material moving, production, medicine and services. Very soon, people will realize that the very thing they created to make life easier is creating a life of its own. Computers have become a species that no one has yet realized. Here are a few examples on how technology is taking over with our working field. As you know El Centro California has two hospitals in Imperial Valley. But one of these hospitals has a robotic hand called Da Vinci. Da Vinci is a Robotic system that works as an extension of the surgeon who uses computer controlled instruments to operate through tiny openings in the body. But here is the bad thing about having instruments that do surgical procedures on a human, because unlike a human doctor, who can detect or feel things with their eyes, ears or
People are retiring later, adolescents are finding it difficult to get employed, and poverty rates are through the roof. Surely, these are not signs of a booming economy, but rather the opposite. Top notch economists have debated whether or not the American economy has improved over the years, but when one dives deep into research, he can see that the cornerstone of the United States’ economy is about to fail. Not only should the government take a step back from further disrupting the economy, but they should rather help find ways to grow it through producing goods in America and by supporting new businesses to decrease the unemployment rate. A team working for Goldman Sachs states that America is the best working economy in the world, but they didn’t do enough research. If the stock market is a success, it only shows big companies are doing well, not the new and smaller businesses. Furthermore, America should pay more attention to manufacturing goods in its own country in order to decrease the unemployment rate and help lower the amount of debt the United States owes.
The idea that machines will take the jobs of humans is very two sided. I understand that it is cheaper to have machines and that will allow the companies to downsize on employees but it is very important to understand that without the use of human attendants to operate those machines, they’re useless. There are many jobs like care givers and doctors that will never be able to be done by a machine. An increase in machines will increase the supply and allow for the prices of certain goods to decrease. This will help boost the economy and allow for more American made products.
Air pollution is a big problem here in Canada. With so many companies, factories and gas emitting power sources, our country has a numerous amount of greenhouse emissions. In fact, Canadian companies has contributed to 73% more air pollution than the United States. Our companies produced up to 29% more respiratory toxins than the U.S. as well. If you look at major cities like Toronto or Edmonton, you’ll notice how the air is thicker than usual. That’s because of the air pollutants such as transportation, agriculture, forestry, and domestic uses. These pollutants create something called, the ground level ozone layer, or smog as most people call it. This kind of air pollution gravely affects humans, animals, plants, or
People are moving to the city from the rurals because they then won’t have to go all the way to the city from their communities to get supplies in the polluted air.
Since the last century, society has been witness of great deal of changes, as political as economic, and technological. These changes have opened a new world of possibilities which was not available before, people should consider themselves fortunate of living on the 21st century. There is access to information as has never been before. Nevertheless, change always has consequences, and on this time of technology is not the exception. The earth is dying slowly, the air people is breathing is not safe anymore. The United States has a bad air quality, an example of it, is the city of Houston, in the state of Texas. In fact, Houston’s pollution problem has become a dangerous health issue over the last years. To solve this severe problem is necessary
Ensenada Baja California, a nice little town near to the frontier where you can walk and ride a bicycle without the fear of being rolled over. The person that gave name to it´s main avenue is the first man that ever lived there: Jose Manuel Ruiz, who also owned Ensenada during some time, before it passed to his daughter and her husband, this happened three times more with three other couples.
Gonzalez claims that robots are working beside humans, and making our jobs easier by doing the labor work, “[…] middle-skilled jobs such as repairing the robots or simply focusing on more sophisticated warehouse tasks while letting machines do the boring stuff” (Gonzalez 3), which simply contradicts his statement on robot not replacing humans in the workforce, because that “boring stuff” is someone’s job and those people who work jobs of heavy lifting and labor work are lower-skilled workers who simply cannot compete against robots because of lack of education. The only demographics that are benefiting from this rapid advancement are the educated, high-skilled individuals such as technicians, and programmers because they are the one that are building and servicing these robots, those who have background knowledge of modern technology. The people who are at risk because of this rapid advancement are the people with limited skills, such as "Cashier" jobs and according to Dr. Jing Bing Zhang, who is one of the world’s leading experts on the commercial applications of robotics technology, believes
Urbanized areas also modify microclimates and air quality by altering the nature of the land surface and generating heat (Oke, 1987). Although ecological impacts of urban development often seem to be local, urbanization also causes environmental changes at larger scales. Today's cities are sustained by a socioeconomic infrastructure that operates on global scales; the ecologically productive area required to support an urban area can be 100 to 300 times larger than the urban region (Rees & Wackernagel, 1994). A new cooperative relationship between science, business and policy is needed to gather all the information needed and to find a solution that benefits all of society. The study of urban ecology ultimately involves studying how to integrate this new interdisciplinary knowledge about urban ecosystems into policymaking processes--to improve interactions between policymakers and scientists so as to help society achieve more sustainable existence. Today, the scientific and political communities lack the effective two-way communication and trust that they need to address urban ecological problems. Although science can help society formulate a range of options to achieve societal goals, it cannot make value judgments. In addition, scientists often cannot deliver definitive answers to questions posed by policymakers. To be able to find solutions to the larger issues
When talking about redevelopment that have the potential to add an additional 25,000 people to an existing population, one of the important factors that need to be discuss is the air quality impacts. In the foreseeable future, with or without the implemented plans in the Plan Area will experience an increase in population. According to Adam Brinklow, the author of How the city plans to add 25,000 people to Central SoMa, without any plan it is estimated that around 16,000 people will settle in the Plan Area anyway, but with plans implemented, the Plan Area would add 25,000 to the current number of residents by 2040. When more people congregate in an area that was at one time had a low density population, this will have some sort effects on
Changing our cities into CFC requires classifying the neighborhoods in term of welcomed and ‘anti-social’ to exclude areas that do not require an action of change to be in priority. For example, the selected neighborhood holds blocked are of military uses and streets classified as arterial ones in the Cairo City. These two types are weak potential for CFC in compression to the local streets and greenery zone.
Over time our lives seem to have become more and more integrated with our technology. Some may say that this is a very bad thing because this change may result in the loss of jobs for millions of people. Jobs such as, cashiers, bankers, legal assistants, and maybe even taxi drivers. The future may appear bleak at first, but the truth of the matter is that robots taking over our simple and automatable jobs just mean that our jobs can evolve with the technology. A very similar thing happened during the industrial revolution when technologies were developed that massively increased the efficiency and yield of farming. This in turn led to a vast increase of food in the country which led to a lesser need for everyone to be a farmer. With a massive amount of food, former farm workers, and advanced technology, a business of mass production and manufacturing began. The loss of jobs due to technology led to a