Essay about Technology is an Activity or That Forms or Changes a Culture

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Technology is a result of science and engineering . The knowledge of tools in order to solve a problem or improve a solution to a problem , It is a broad concept that refers to use and knowledge of not only tools but also crafts . Technology can also help perform a specific function . Technology had a huge effect on humans as well as the animal species . It affected the animals’ ability to control and adapt to their natural environments . Technology has also helped develop more advanced economies . There was a time where computers did not exist . Computers are now an important part of the lives of humans . the computer is one of the few inventions that does not have one specific inventor. Throughout the development of the…show more content…
This introduction brought about the first real signs of competition within computing history, which helped to create faster and better computers . Over the course of the next few years, inventors all over the world began to search more into the study of computers, and how to improve upon them. Those next ten years say the introduction of the transistor, which would become a vital part of the inner workings of the computer, the ENIAC 1 computer, as well as many other types of systems. The ENIAC 1 is perhaps one of the most interesting, as it required 20,000 vacuum tubes to operate. It was a massive machine, and started the revolution to build smaller and faster computers . Technology began with the earliest hominids that used stone tools , which they may have used to start fires, hunt, cut food, bury their dead , etc. . The early technological development in the United States was facilitated by a coming together of geographical , social , and economic factors. The relative lack of workers always kept United States wages nearly higher than corresponding British and European workers and provided an incentive to program some tasks . The United States population had some semi - unique advantages in that they were former British subjects, had high English literacy skills, for that period (over 80% in New England) , had strong British institutions , with some minor American colonies
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