We live in a world where by using our smartphone – whose working memory is bigger than Saturn 5 which went to the Moon in 1969 – you can access any library in the world, read the latest scientific research results without leaving your house or learn any language of the world straight from a native speaker. Meanwhile most of us prefers TikTok, YouTube or any other social media.
To a large extent we do not use the opportunities which technologies offer us. Why is that? Because to use technologies smartly we need to be educated how to do that.
Technological responsibility means looking at scientific achievements in a wider perspective, taking into account aspects such as: mental and physical health, intergenerational dialogue or the environmental context.
COLLABORATION: amongst others: Accenture, iTWIZ, conference Masters&Robots
EXPERT: Joanna Jurga
DATE: From 2022
In the last few years I have been taking part in meetings, discussions and conferences devoted to technological responsibility. I talk about how not to get lost in the future, how to find a healthy balance between sensory life and the use of cyber tools and how we can get into trouble by confusing the illusion of control with the sense of security.
Technology gives us a chance for a better life – this is the initial statement in a discussion inaugurated by Accenture Poland. But what does “better” mean in this context? Longer? More optimal? More intense? Or perhaps, what I would wish for myself, safer, more harmonious and happier?
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Żyjemy w świecie przebodźcowanym cyfrowym przekazem | Adam Jadczak | 7 grudnia 2022 | www.itwiz.pl