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Technology in a Global Society
Recent national and global issues are showing that technology is accelerating change around the
world and galvanizing groups of people in new ways. Let’s look at a few examples.
Impact of Tools of Modern Technology
Objective 1.1 Describe various technological tools being used to impact national and global
issues.
Social Media Tools
Social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram enable people to connect and
exchange ideas. These platforms also bring together people facing similar problems to fight for
social change. For example, the Twitter hashtag #MeToo began as a way of supporting women
facing sexual harassment and assault but evolved to galvanize an international movement. A simple
hashtag brought to light an important social issue
and was a key means for revealing how widespread
the problem was.
How we conduct informed discussion in the age
of social media is still developing, however. Bot
accounts, automated programs retweeting news
stories and quotes, have been used to create
discord around controversial topics in many
countries—enflaming the gun control debate in
the United States or fanning prejudice into vio-
lence in Sri Lanka. For these and other reasons,
knowing how to use and critically evaluate social
media is an important skill needed by all (see
Figure 1.1).
Crisis-Mapping Tool
Another example of the interaction of technology
and society is the software tool Ushahidi. Following
a disputed election in Kenya, violence broke out all
over the country. Nairobi lawyer Ory Okolloh tried to
get word of the violence out to the world through her
blog, but she couldn’t keep up with the volume of
reports. However, two programmers saw her request
for help and in a few days created Ushahidi. It is a
crisis-mapping tool that collects information from -mails, text messages, blog posts, and tweets and then maps them, instantly making the informa-
tion publicly available. The developers then made Ushahidi a free platform anyone in the world can
use (see Figure 1.2). It has since been used in several international disasters. In what other ways
may technology help us face times of crisis?
Global Issues
Objective 1.2 Describe various global social issues that are being affected by technology.
Let’s look at the different global social issues that are being affected by technology.
Health Care
Infectious diseases account for about one-fifth of all deaths worldwide. Researchers say the odds of
a flu pandemic occurring in the next century are nearly 100%. Could technology help us develop and
deliver vaccines to save lives? Using scientific visualization tools, scientists are developing antibodies for
flu viruses and even HIV, viruses that are difficult to target because they continually change shape. Com-
putationally intense modeling software is helping researchers increase the pace of vaccine production.
As we learn more about the terrible consequences of concussion injuries, technology is playing a
part in providing a solution. Researchers now know that even without an actual concussion, ath-
letes can sustain serious damage from repeated impacts of their brain against the skull. Computer
programs have collected sensor data from impacts on the field, which scientists have analyzed and
used to create a new kind of helmet. College programs and the NFL now use enhanced helmets,
designed to better distribute the impact of collisions.
The Environment
What if every cell phone in the world had built-in atmospheric sensors? Then millions of points of
data measuring air and water quality from around the world could be acquired. The data could be
tagged with geographical information, alerting scientists to new trends in our environment. Ideas
like these are being explored by researchers around the world.
Smart Internet-connected water sprinklers are another technology that is already saving water in
California and other dry areas of the country. The sprinkler system checks the weather forecast so it won’t
use water when rain is coming the next day. The system is showing a 30% reduction in water usage
There is a serious gap in the levels of Internet access and the availability of technical tools in differ-
ent regions of the world. The term for this difference in access to technology is the digital divide.
One danger of a digital divide is that it prevents us from using all the minds on the planet to solve
global problems. But this challenge created by technology is also being answered by it.
The Next Einstein Initiative (NEI) is a plan to focus resources on the talented mathematical minds
of Africa (see Figure 1.3). Cambridge professor Neil Turok founded the African Institute of Mathe-
matical Sciences (AIMS) to bring together the brightest young minds across Africa with the best
lecturers in the world. By capturing the enthusiasm of the world with presentations distributed
through TED (ted.com) and Google’s Project 10100, there is now a push to create additional AIMS
centers across Africa.
Technology Connects Us with Others
Technology Impacts How and Why We Connect and Collaborate
Objective 1.3 Describe how technology is changing how and why we connect and collabo-
rate with others.
Collaborating for the Benefit of Others
With the arrival of many web applications that allow individuals to become “creators” of the web, a
new kind of Internet has come into being. Nicknamed Web 2.0, the web now allows users to easily
contribute content and connect with each other. Web 2.0 has fostered a dramatic shift across the
world, from simply consuming to having the ability to volunteer and
collaborate on projects. The term cognitive surplus was coined to
reflect the combination of leisure time and the tools to be creative.
The availability of media tools and the easy connectivity of Web 2.0,
along with generosity and a need to share, also enable projects like
Ushahidi to emerge.
Connecting Through Business
One of the most profound ways we can connect with each other is
to support other people’s dreams. Kickstarter helps us connect in
this way by allowing people to post their ideas and to ask for direct
funding. Donors are given rewards for different levels of pledges,
such as a signed edition of a book or a special color of a product.
This means of generating capital to start a business is known as
crowdfunding, asking for small donations from a large number of
people. Successful Kickstarter projects have included ice chests
with integrated blenders, DNA analysis machines that could inex-
pensively diagnose disease, and many entertainment projects.
Over $3.9 billion of funding for businesses has been raised using
Kickstarter. Business ideas are not the only projects benefiting from
crowdfunding. Sites like GoFundMe allow people to crowdfund to
raise money for things such as medical bills or tuition.
Technology Impacts How We Consume
Objective 1.4 Summarize how technology has impacted the
way we choose and consume products and services.
Technology is also changing how we decide what we’ll purchase
and how we actually buy goods and services.
Marketing
Marketing strategies are counting on the
fact that most people have a cell phone
with a camera and Internet access. Quick
response (QR) codes like the one shown
here let any piece of text host a direct link
to online information and video content.
Marketers also have to be aware of the
phenomenon of crowdsourcing—checking in with the voice of the
crowd. Forward-thinking companies are using this input to improve
their products and services. AT&T, for example, has an app called
Mark the Spot that lets customers report locations of dropped calls
to help the company improve its coverage.
Access Versus Ownership
Even the idea of ownership is evolving. Items like cars and bikes can
become “subscriptions” instead of purchases. Services like Uber
and Lyft let you use your car to provide rides for others while Zipcar
allows you to use a shared car whenever you need it. Bicycles can be
shared in most cities with programs like New York City’s Citi Bike. It
has already seen riders take over 50 million trips. These new sharing
options have revolutionized the transportation industry (see Figure 1.4).
Such collaborative consumption implies that we are joining together
as a group to use a specific product more efficiently. There are
increasing opportunities to share the services a product provides
instead of owning it outright. Mounting environmental concerns and
global financial pressures are other forces pushing us toward collab-
orative consumption (see Figure 1.5).world, from simply consuming to having the ability to volunteer and
collaborate on projects. The term cognitive surplus was coined to
reflect the combination of leisure time and the tools to be creative.
The availability of media tools and the easy connectivity of Web 2.0,
along with generosity and a need to share, also enable projects like
Ushahidi to emerge.
Connecting Through Business
One of the most profound ways we can connect with each other is
to support other people’s dreams. Kickstarter helps us connect in
this way by allowing people to post their ideas and to ask for direct
funding. Donors are given rewards for different levels of pledges,
such as a signed edition of a book or a special color of a product.
This means of generating capital to start a business is known as
crowdfunding, asking for small donations from a large number of
people. Successful Kickstarter projects have included ice chests
with integrated blenders, DNA analysis machines that could inex-
pensively diagnose disease, and many entertainment projects.
Over $3.9 billion of funding for businesses has been raised using
Kickstarter. Business ideas are not the only projects benefiting from
crowdfunding. Sites like GoFundMe allow people to crowdfund to
raise money for things such as medical bills or tuition.
Technology Impacts How We Consume
Objective 1.4 Summarize how technology has impacted the
way we choose and consume products and services.
Technology is also changing how we decide what we’ll purchase
and how we actually buy goods and services.
Marketing
Marketing strategies are counting on the
fact that most people have a cell phone
with a camera and Internet access. Quick
response (QR) codes like the one shown
here let any piece of text host a direct link
to online information and video content.
Marketers also have to be aware of the
phenomenon of crowdsourcing—checking in with the voice of the
crowd. Forward-thinking companies are using this input to improve
their products and services. AT&T, for example, has an app called
Mark the Spot that lets customers report locations of dropped calls
to help the company improve its coverage.
Access Versus Ownership
Even the idea of ownership is evolving. Items like cars and bikes can
become “subscriptions” instead of purchases. Services like Uber
and Lyft let you use your car to provide rides for others while Zipcar
allows you to use a shared car whenever you need it. Bicycles can be
shared in most cities with programs like New York City’s Citi Bike. It
has already seen riders take over 50 million trips. These new sharing
options have revolutionized the transportation industry (see Figure 1.4).
Such collaborative consumption implies that we are joining together
as a group to use a specific product more efficiently. There are
increasing opportunities to share the services a product provides
instead of owning it outright. Mounting environmental concerns and
global financial pressures are other forces pushing us toward collab-
orative consumption (see Figure 1.5).world, from simply consuming to having the ability to volunteer and
collaborate on projects. The term cognitive surplus was coined to
reflect the combination of leisure time and the tools to be creative.
The availability of media tools and the easy connectivity of Web 2.0,
along with generosity and a need to share, also enable projects like
Ushahidi to emerge.
Connecting Through Business
One of the most profound ways we can connect with each other is
to support other people’s dreams. Kickstarter helps us connect in
this way by allowing people to post their ideas and to ask for direct
funding. Donors are given rewards for different levels of pledges,
such as a signed edition of a book or a special color of a product.
This means of generating capital to start a business is known as
crowdfunding, asking for small donations from a large number of
people. Successful Kickstarter projects have included ice chests
with integrated blenders, DNA analysis machines that could inex-
pensively diagnose disease, and many entertainment projects.
Over $3.9 billion of funding for businesses has been raised using
Kickstarter. Business ideas are not the only projects benefiting from
crowdfunding. Sites like GoFundMe allow people to crowdfund to
raise money for things such as medical bills or tuition.
Technology Impacts How We Consume
Objective 1.4 Summarize how technology has impacted the
way we choose and consume products and services.
Technology is also changing how we decide what we’ll purchase
and how we actually buy goods and services.
Marketing
Marketing strategies are counting on the
fact that most people have a cell phone
with a camera and Internet access. Quick
response (QR) codes like the one shown
here let any piece of text host a direct link
to online information and video content.
Marketers also have to be aware of the
phenomenon of crowdsourcing—checking in with the voice of the
crowd. Forward-thinking companies are using this input to improve
their products and services. AT&T, for example, has an app called
Mark the Spot that lets customers report locations of dropped calls
to help the company improve its coverage.
Access Versus Ownership
Even the idea of ownership is evolving. Items like cars and bikes can
become “subscriptions” instead of purchases. Services like Uber
and Lyft let you use your car to provide rides for others while Zipcar
allows you to use a shared car whenever you need it. Bicycles can be
shared in most cities with programs like New York City’s Citi Bike. It
has already seen riders take over 50 million trips. These new sharing
options have revolutionized the transportation industry (see Figure 1.4).
Such collaborative consumption implies that we are joining together
as a group to use a specific product more efficiently. There are
increasing opportunities to share the services a product provides
instead of owning it outright. Mounting environmental concerns and
global financial pressures are other forces pushing us toward collab-
orative consumption (see Figure 1.5).


Original text

Technology in a Global Society
Recent national and global issues are showing that technology is accelerating change around the
world and galvanizing groups of people in new ways. Let’s look at a few examples.
Impact of Tools of Modern Technology
Objective 1.1 Describe various technological tools being used to impact national and global
issues.
Social Media Tools
Social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram enable people to connect and
exchange ideas. These platforms also bring together people facing similar problems to fight for
social change. For example, the Twitter hashtag #MeToo began as a way of supporting women
facing sexual harassment and assault but evolved to galvanize an international movement. A simple
hashtag brought to light an important social issue
and was a key means for revealing how widespread
the problem was.
How we conduct informed discussion in the age
of social media is still developing, however. Bot
accounts, automated programs retweeting news
stories and quotes, have been used to create
discord around controversial topics in many
countries—enflaming the gun control debate in
the United States or fanning prejudice into vio-
lence in Sri Lanka. For these and other reasons,
knowing how to use and critically evaluate social
media is an important skill needed by all (see
Figure 1.1).
Crisis-Mapping Tool
Another example of the interaction of technology
and society is the software tool Ushahidi. Following
a disputed election in Kenya, violence broke out all
over the country. Nairobi lawyer Ory Okolloh tried to
get word of the violence out to the world through her
blog, but she couldn’t keep up with the volume of
reports. However, two programmers saw her request
for help and in a few days created Ushahidi. It is a
crisis-mapping tool that collects information from -mails, text messages, blog posts, and tweets and then maps them, instantly making the informa-
tion publicly available. The developers then made Ushahidi a free platform anyone in the world can
use (see Figure 1.2). It has since been used in several international disasters. In what other ways
may technology help us face times of crisis?
Global Issues
Objective 1.2 Describe various global social issues that are being affected by technology.
Let’s look at the different global social issues that are being affected by technology.
Health Care
Infectious diseases account for about one-fifth of all deaths worldwide. Researchers say the odds of
a flu pandemic occurring in the next century are nearly 100%. Could technology help us develop and
deliver vaccines to save lives? Using scientific visualization tools, scientists are developing antibodies for
flu viruses and even HIV, viruses that are difficult to target because they continually change shape. Com-
putationally intense modeling software is helping researchers increase the pace of vaccine production.
As we learn more about the terrible consequences of concussion injuries, technology is playing a
part in providing a solution. Researchers now know that even without an actual concussion, ath-
letes can sustain serious damage from repeated impacts of their brain against the skull. Computer
programs have collected sensor data from impacts on the field, which scientists have analyzed and
used to create a new kind of helmet. College programs and the NFL now use enhanced helmets,
designed to better distribute the impact of collisions.
The Environment
What if every cell phone in the world had built-in atmospheric sensors? Then millions of points of
data measuring air and water quality from around the world could be acquired. The data could be
tagged with geographical information, alerting scientists to new trends in our environment. Ideas
like these are being explored by researchers around the world.
Smart Internet-connected water sprinklers are another technology that is already saving water in
California and other dry areas of the country. The sprinkler system checks the weather forecast so it won’t
use water when rain is coming the next day. The system is showing a 30% reduction in water usage
There is a serious gap in the levels of Internet access and the availability of technical tools in differ-
ent regions of the world. The term for this difference in access to technology is the digital divide.
One danger of a digital divide is that it prevents us from using all the minds on the planet to solve
global problems. But this challenge created by technology is also being answered by it.
The Next Einstein Initiative (NEI) is a plan to focus resources on the talented mathematical minds
of Africa (see Figure 1.3). Cambridge professor Neil Turok founded the African Institute of Mathe-
matical Sciences (AIMS) to bring together the brightest young minds across Africa with the best
lecturers in the world. By capturing the enthusiasm of the world with presentations distributed
through TED (ted.com) and Google’s Project 10100, there is now a push to create additional AIMS
centers across Africa.
Technology Connects Us with Others
Technology Impacts How and Why We Connect and Collaborate
Objective 1.3 Describe how technology is changing how and why we connect and collabo-
rate with others.
Collaborating for the Benefit of Others
With the arrival of many web applications that allow individuals to become “creators” of the web, a
new kind of Internet has come into being. Nicknamed Web 2.0, the web now allows users to easily
contribute content and connect with each other. Web 2.0 has fostered a dramatic shift across the
world, from simply consuming to having the ability to volunteer and
collaborate on projects. The term cognitive surplus was coined to
reflect the combination of leisure time and the tools to be creative.
The availability of media tools and the easy connectivity of Web 2.0,
along with generosity and a need to share, also enable projects like
Ushahidi to emerge.
Connecting Through Business
One of the most profound ways we can connect with each other is
to support other people’s dreams. Kickstarter helps us connect in
this way by allowing people to post their ideas and to ask for direct
funding. Donors are given rewards for different levels of pledges,
such as a signed edition of a book or a special color of a product.
This means of generating capital to start a business is known as
crowdfunding, asking for small donations from a large number of
people. Successful Kickstarter projects have included ice chests
with integrated blenders, DNA analysis machines that could inex-
pensively diagnose disease, and many entertainment projects.
Over $3.9 billion of funding for businesses has been raised using
Kickstarter. Business ideas are not the only projects benefiting from
crowdfunding. Sites like GoFundMe allow people to crowdfund to
raise money for things such as medical bills or tuition.
Technology Impacts How We Consume
Objective 1.4 Summarize how technology has impacted the
way we choose and consume products and services.
Technology is also changing how we decide what we’ll purchase
and how we actually buy goods and services.
Marketing
Marketing strategies are counting on the
fact that most people have a cell phone
with a camera and Internet access. Quick
response (QR) codes like the one shown
here let any piece of text host a direct link
to online information and video content.
Marketers also have to be aware of the
phenomenon of crowdsourcing—checking in with the voice of the
crowd. Forward-thinking companies are using this input to improve
their products and services. AT&T, for example, has an app called
Mark the Spot that lets customers report locations of dropped calls
to help the company improve its coverage.
Access Versus Ownership
Even the idea of ownership is evolving. Items like cars and bikes can
become “subscriptions” instead of purchases. Services like Uber
and Lyft let you use your car to provide rides for others while Zipcar
allows you to use a shared car whenever you need it. Bicycles can be
shared in most cities with programs like New York City’s Citi Bike. It
has already seen riders take over 50 million trips. These new sharing
options have revolutionized the transportation industry (see Figure 1.4).
Such collaborative consumption implies that we are joining together
as a group to use a specific product more efficiently. There are
increasing opportunities to share the services a product provides
instead of owning it outright. Mounting environmental concerns and
global financial pressures are other forces pushing us toward collab-
orative consumption (see Figure 1.5).world, from simply consuming to having the ability to volunteer and
collaborate on projects. The term cognitive surplus was coined to
reflect the combination of leisure time and the tools to be creative.
The availability of media tools and the easy connectivity of Web 2.0,
along with generosity and a need to share, also enable projects like
Ushahidi to emerge.
Connecting Through Business
One of the most profound ways we can connect with each other is
to support other people’s dreams. Kickstarter helps us connect in
this way by allowing people to post their ideas and to ask for direct
funding. Donors are given rewards for different levels of pledges,
such as a signed edition of a book or a special color of a product.
This means of generating capital to start a business is known as
crowdfunding, asking for small donations from a large number of
people. Successful Kickstarter projects have included ice chests
with integrated blenders, DNA analysis machines that could inex-
pensively diagnose disease, and many entertainment projects.
Over $3.9 billion of funding for businesses has been raised using
Kickstarter. Business ideas are not the only projects benefiting from
crowdfunding. Sites like GoFundMe allow people to crowdfund to
raise money for things such as medical bills or tuition.
Technology Impacts How We Consume
Objective 1.4 Summarize how technology has impacted the
way we choose and consume products and services.
Technology is also changing how we decide what we’ll purchase
and how we actually buy goods and services.
Marketing
Marketing strategies are counting on the
fact that most people have a cell phone
with a camera and Internet access. Quick
response (QR) codes like the one shown
here let any piece of text host a direct link
to online information and video content.
Marketers also have to be aware of the
phenomenon of crowdsourcing—checking in with the voice of the
crowd. Forward-thinking companies are using this input to improve
their products and services. AT&T, for example, has an app called
Mark the Spot that lets customers report locations of dropped calls
to help the company improve its coverage.
Access Versus Ownership
Even the idea of ownership is evolving. Items like cars and bikes can
become “subscriptions” instead of purchases. Services like Uber
and Lyft let you use your car to provide rides for others while Zipcar
allows you to use a shared car whenever you need it. Bicycles can be
shared in most cities with programs like New York City’s Citi Bike. It
has already seen riders take over 50 million trips. These new sharing
options have revolutionized the transportation industry (see Figure 1.4).
Such collaborative consumption implies that we are joining together
as a group to use a specific product more efficiently. There are
increasing opportunities to share the services a product provides
instead of owning it outright. Mounting environmental concerns and
global financial pressures are other forces pushing us toward collab-
orative consumption (see Figure 1.5).world, from simply consuming to having the ability to volunteer and
collaborate on projects. The term cognitive surplus was coined to
reflect the combination of leisure time and the tools to be creative.
The availability of media tools and the easy connectivity of Web 2.0,
along with generosity and a need to share, also enable projects like
Ushahidi to emerge.
Connecting Through Business
One of the most profound ways we can connect with each other is
to support other people’s dreams. Kickstarter helps us connect in
this way by allowing people to post their ideas and to ask for direct
funding. Donors are given rewards for different levels of pledges,
such as a signed edition of a book or a special color of a product.
This means of generating capital to start a business is known as
crowdfunding, asking for small donations from a large number of
people. Successful Kickstarter projects have included ice chests
with integrated blenders, DNA analysis machines that could inex-
pensively diagnose disease, and many entertainment projects.
Over $3.9 billion of funding for businesses has been raised using
Kickstarter. Business ideas are not the only projects benefiting from
crowdfunding. Sites like GoFundMe allow people to crowdfund to
raise money for things such as medical bills or tuition.
Technology Impacts How We Consume
Objective 1.4 Summarize how technology has impacted the
way we choose and consume products and services.
Technology is also changing how we decide what we’ll purchase
and how we actually buy goods and services.
Marketing
Marketing strategies are counting on the
fact that most people have a cell phone
with a camera and Internet access. Quick
response (QR) codes like the one shown
here let any piece of text host a direct link
to online information and video content.
Marketers also have to be aware of the
phenomenon of crowdsourcing—checking in with the voice of the
crowd. Forward-thinking companies are using this input to improve
their products and services. AT&T, for example, has an app called
Mark the Spot that lets customers report locations of dropped calls
to help the company improve its coverage.
Access Versus Ownership
Even the idea of ownership is evolving. Items like cars and bikes can
become “subscriptions” instead of purchases. Services like Uber
and Lyft let you use your car to provide rides for others while Zipcar
allows you to use a shared car whenever you need it. Bicycles can be
shared in most cities with programs like New York City’s Citi Bike. It
has already seen riders take over 50 million trips. These new sharing
options have revolutionized the transportation industry (see Figure 1.4).
Such collaborative consumption implies that we are joining together
as a group to use a specific product more efficiently. There are
increasing opportunities to share the services a product provides
instead of owning it outright. Mounting environmental concerns and
global financial pressures are other forces pushing us toward collab-
orative consumption (see Figure 1.5).


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