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Technology

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Transcript of Technology

Background

Uses

Legal implications

Security concerns

Hannah's Area
Technology
Information-based harm

Informational inequality

informational injustice

respect for moral autonomy

Privacy issues

Mary Levandoski
Yusuf Abdullah
Ann Mehlhouse
Hannah Davis
Kaitlyn Wiklin
Information-based harm

Informational inequality

informational injustice

respect for moral autonomy

Privacy issues

If you have something that you don’t want anyone to know, maybe you shouldn’t be doing it in the first place. - Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google

You already have zero privacy. Get over it. -  Scott G. McNealy CEO of Sun Microsystems Inc

The American people should be made aware of the trend toward monopolization of the great public information vehicles and the concentration of more and more power over public opinion in fewer and fewer hands – Spiro Agnew

You lose your privacy, and sometimes, people don't see you as human - Shawn Wayans


Privacy

Yusuf Abdullah

Privacy and security

See through the wall technology

Wi-FI

Celldar

AGTRI flashlight


STW

Electromagnetic radiation

Privacy concern

National security threat

EMR

Automatic vehicle location system

Closed circuit television

Fighting crime and terrorism



AVLS and CCTV

Radio frequency identification tags (RFID)

TOR network

Benefits

Dangers

Online privacy and anonymity

Social Aspects
Use
Technology?
~ Online disinhibition
effect
~ Cell phones as
fashion
~ Changes in self
~ Avatars
Presentation of
Self Online
Changes in
Behavior
~ Technology in
general
~ 20th Century
~ Cars
~ Movies
~ Cell phones
Interpersonal
Relationships
~ Online relationships
~ Communication
~ Humanoid social
robots
Why
Do
People
Kaitlyn Wiklin

New Generation

Lack of physical exercise
Too much time on phones
Constant updating
Wikipedia
Lack of Motivation
Bad of Digital Technology
Obtaining information
Google
Loneliness
Helps keep focus
Good of Digital Technology
Digital native
Grew up with the technology
Digital immigrant
Became acclimated with technology
Instant gratification
Digital Generation
CHP
Solution to some environmental problems
Emissions
Balanced carefully
Schemes should be established
Bioenergy Technologies
“Subject of history”
Functionary
Humanism
Innovation
Technology
Plagiarism
Inability to think independently
Cyber bullying
Ugly of Digital Technology
The Scary Side of Technology

Innovative creator
Stop and think about what we are doing
How intelligent are we going to make robots
What does that mean for us?
Robots will push us out of existence,
even while we make ourselves less human

Why the Future Doesn’t Need Us by Bill Joy (2000)

High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program
Shoots high energy beams into ionosphere
Concentrated energy can alter weather and trigger
seismic fault lines
Tesla



HAARP

Plastic? Been there done that
Solid Concepts made one out of metal
Fired over 50 rounds
30 different parts out of steel and a nickel-chromium superalloy
So simple, they can create their own unique guns
Not to worry however it’s “too expensive”
3D Printing

Invisibility Cloak

Metamaterials: man-made materials that bend radiation around devices
Only work on a specific frequency (microwave)
Tend to make things MORE visible
Fixing the problem: injecting energy into it
Active electrical component lets it focus on more than one frequency,
effectively hiding it

Focused microwave beam
Non-lethal (super painful)
Can be used in interrogations
Good news! Tin foil hats

Pain Beam

Mice
Getting rid of bad memories (even recent ones)
Traumatic events
Looking to use it on humans
Make it into a drug

Brain Erasers

MIB Brain erasers
Pain Beams
Invisibility Cloak
3D Printing
Mother Nature: Weapon Edition



Upcoming Technology: Cool vs Scary

The Future of Nanotechnology

Measurements

Examples


Nanoscale

Sustainability

Environmental

Medicine

Uses for Nanotechnology

Nanoparticles

Nanotubes

Nanoplates

Nanomaterials

What is it?

When did it start?

How expensive is it?

National Nanotechnology Initiative (NNI)

When did it come about?

~Impossible to see with the naked eye

~Aspects of nanotechnologies

~Scientists worldwide, scientists in the US

What is it?

Hannah Davis

Nanotechnology

4th century
6th-15th centuries
9th-17th centuries
13th-18th centuries
20th century
Medicine
Materials
Future Innovations
Background

Uses

Concerns
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