Global Benefits of New Technology: Health Care, Communications and Education It has been said that there is a marked absence of global benefits arising from new technology; however, it has also been said that such benefits are being developed and should be forthcoming. The following several pages will conduct research into new developments in new technology and will argue that global benefits arising from new technology really are forthcoming and that these benefits can be found in the realms of health care, communications and entertainment. To get things started, the paper will initially discuss advances in health technology (especially in the realm of medicine); afterwards, the paper will delve into communications technology and how this...The end:
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