Modern technology is a bane.

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INTRODUCTION Rationale Modern technology has increased influence in contemporary society. It seems to be contributed many social opportunities. Understanding and taking advantage from technology is the main aspect in contemporary world which is approachable society. The research question about modern technology is seemed to advantage for study and analysis because technology is the most importance in society. Throughout two years experience in Industrial Engineering field, most of mass production process in domestic and foreign countries have concerned with technology that it probably seems to replace social responsibility. Convenience and constant performance can be produced by modern technology. Profound foundation of technology is…show more content…
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