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Offline Tachun

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The moral and ethical limits of technical development
« on: January 02, 2015, 10:25:04 am »
Does anyone got an idea or an concept about this topic ?

I have to do an report about it next week, and I don't know what and how I should start to work at it. I know that the teacher who keeps the lessons wants to mainly hear about the dangers of technical development and less about the advantages it gives us.

Please help! >.<
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Re: The moral and ethical limits of technical development
« Reply #2 on: January 02, 2015, 01:45:52 pm »
The only thing I now about this is that if the strategies of armys don't adjust to the tech advances in the military, a lot can go wrong. For example during the American Civil War, both sides were using Napoleonic strategies (lining up, facing each other from 50 yards away, and such) with the new tech of the time. It was a slaughter, the new tech (the Minne Ball for the most part) allowed the weapons to be more accurate and twice as deadly. So this was a danger of the tech advancement because the two armies did not adjust to it. Sorry if that was terrible, its the best way I know how to help you out here. But Planetaryscience's is a really good topic on this, that is always in question as we advance our AI's.
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Re: The moral and ethical limits of technical development
« Reply #3 on: January 02, 2015, 02:26:09 pm »
@Planetaryscience its an good idea but I probably won't be able to use it because my teacher wants to hear about the actual problems like gen engineering and such.
@RickyMcGee its an good example for misusing of new technologies
I thought I could say something about Monsanto is it a good idea ?
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