HealthMedicine, medical devices and other technologies that treat or prevent disease.knowledge such as the internet.
EntertainmentTechnology such as games that transform leisure time.
SocietyTechnology that directly or indirectly changes societies such as social media.
PoliticsChanges to the way that people track current events and form political opinions using information tools.Culture is a stabilizing force that doesn't change easily. Nevertheless, technology changes culture over time. For example, 20th century American culture was greatly influenced by technologies such as the automobile and television.automation may cause short or long term disruptions to labor markets.
IndustriesTechnology creates new business models and disrupts old ones.
EnvironmentTechnology may create waste that harms ecosystems, the climate system and quality of life. In theory, technologies such as renewable energy can also reduce some of this impact.Transportation tends to become faster and safer with time. quality of life in areas such as working conditions, safety and health. Not all technological change improves quality of life as demonstrated by issues caused by technology such as poor air quality.
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