Please tell me a little bit about how you view the Internet and the World Wide Web.What do they mean to you?What impact do they have on your life?What do you think the impact has been so far on our world?What about the future?Is this technology a good thing or a bad thing for people?
Students will compose a vision of our shared digital future that offers an alternative to Black Mirrors bleak dystopia. Students can use a mix of speculative fiction and analytical argument to rethink digitalityhow might digital technologies be bent towards building a utopia we want to live in? Compositions can be short papers, videos, audio productions or another creative artifact. Assignment Details Black Mirror has given us a view of the digital future that is bleak. Like all speculative fiction, this television series intensifies certain negative dimensions of our contemporary culture as a kind of warning of our future dystopia should be carry on as we have. This assignment asks you to think in more utopian ways about digital technology. How might we rethink digitalitythe condition of being digitalin ways that would avoid the worst consequences of our high tech future previewed by Black Mirror? Can you envision a future world where digital technology is used to solve problems and bring people together, rather than cause distractions and push people apart? The problem with dystopian thinking is that it forestalls the imaginative thinking needed to envision a future that isnt just a hellscapethis assignment asks you to envision a world where digital technologies assist in producing justice, sustainability, and meaning in human lives. Whereas the Policy Brief Assignment asks you to be realistic about policy options that might address some of the problems of digitality, the Rethinking Digitality Assignment asks you to be imaginative and creative and not worry about feasibility. You can use any method to help us envision digitality differentlyfrom speculative fiction to more traditional analytical methods. You are advised to focus on one technology or several related technologies. For example, you might focus on the idea of automation: rather than focusing on the evils of automation (putting people out of jobs, the autonomous robots of Metalhead), your paper could try to envision a society in which automation helps produce more leisure time for everyone. What would such a society look like? Alternatively, instead of the attention-scattering properties of social media featured in Smithereens, can you imagine a social networking site that focuses attention on meaningful relationships instead? What would that look like? How does that networking infrastructure look differently from current sites like Instagram and Twitter? Projects can be delivered in any medium. Papers are acceptable, as are audio and video projects. Length should be commensurate with the point value of the assignment; in most cases, a paper should be between 1500-2000 words and a video/audio project should be between 4-5 minutes, though specific projects may be shorter or longer. Suggestions for Success Part of the inspiration for this assignment is the development of solarpunk as a speculative fiction genre (as opposed to the more dystopian cyberpunk genre). Solarpunk stories are typically more positive, showing how ecological crisis might bring people together to work on common problems and how digital technologies could help us live in the coming centuries of climate catastrophe. There are lots of free solarpunk resources on the webit might help to inspire you a bit! Consider re-reading Dr. Ruha Benjamin, Racial Fictions, Biological Facts: Expanding the Sociological Imagination through Speculative Methods, which we read the first week of class. Benjamin integrates more analytical writing with speculative fiction in a way that might serve as a good template for your project. You might consider, Incubate a Better World in the Minds and Hearts of Students, by Dr. Benjamin, in which she underlines how imaginative exercises like this can change the world. View it at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9xmrJJESCt8. Details make imagined futures come alive, which is why speculative fiction is so powerful a resource. One doesnt have to write fiction for this assignment, of course, but the more details that one can include in their revisioning of digitality, the more effective it is likely to be. Resist the urge to think about technology in a vacuum. Technology, culture, and individuals always interact. Dont just think about the technical dimensions of the futurethink about the kind of culture that might accompany it. Feel free to think beyond normal project formats. Perhaps youre a budding graphic designer with an idea of how to build social media networks in a way that reduces their role in polarization. You could sketch the interface and discuss design choices in a short paper or in callout bubbles in the graphic. Think about medium of presentation in tandem with the substance of your idea. For more information on Rethink Digitality read this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digitality
Almost every event requires technology to organize and track the various elements required to make the event successful. There are a wide variety of software programs, online tools, and apps available for event planning. Many of these tools are free or are available for a minimal charge. A successful event manager should be familiar with these tools. Initial Post Read the following article: Whova.Com: 8 Event Planning and Management Software That Will Make You a Rockstar Explore some of the products in the article, and then discuss the following: Which software did you explore? What did you like about it? How could you imagine using it for event planning (or other uses)? Have you used or heard of any of these event planning tech tools? Which one(s)? Share your experience and what youve heard. Based on what youve read about these tools, which one seems the most useful or user-friendly? Why? What do you think are the benefits of this technology for event planners? Do these tools offer any benefits for those attending events?Browse the following website: EventManagerBlog.com: Event Technology Choose one article. Share the link with your classmates. Provide a brief summary of the article. Discuss your thoughts on the article. What is the most interesting thing you learned? Was there anything in the article that surprised you? Why? For more information on Event Planning and Management Software read this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Event_management_software
Please define the goals of an access control monitoring system. Describe the types of checks and balances that should be implemented into a network’s design to ensure that access control is being maintained. Describe what information can be obtained from the unauthorized access attempts audit logs. Explain the best practices for log archival. For more information on Control Monitoring System read this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/System_monitor
What technology do you find most beneficial to use in your work or school setting? Least beneficial? Why do you find this tool useful or not? Then, using your imagination, look to the future and think about how this tool could be enhanced even further. Describe your dream technology, with consideration for patient care and safety. P.S. I only need a half-page, please follow the instructions questions and answers as it asks. I need two references one from McGonigle, D., & Mastrian, K. G. (2018). Nursing informatics and the foundation of knowledge (4th Ed) book and others from the scholarly articles. That is less than five years published. Thank you For more information on Patient Care and Safety read this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patient_safety
How do you believe smart technologies and the Internet will continue to play an integral role in the use of databases as we collect more contextual, personalized data from all around us? 4 research paragraph, APA format For more information on Smart Technologies read this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smart_Technologies
The google glass sits on one’s face just like any other glasses but there are no actual lenses. It is asymmetrical as the prism is only on one side of the glass. Given the intrusive nature of these technologies, it is easy for employees to take videos or photographs of other people at work and share it with others. What ethical issues arise from the use of wearable technologies in workplaces? Analyze it based on any four ethical philosophies taught to you in this unit . A suggested report structure is as follows. title page executive summary table of contents introduction ethical analysis conclusion references appendices For more information on Ethical Philosophies read this:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethics
A 2 page paper on T-Mobile and Sprint Court battle from the time it started to the time the lawsuit was settled. Elaborate on how it will affect change management. APA 7th edition Format No passive voice Error-free Use provided references only Use the T-mobile document to elaborate more on the legal battle For more information on T-Mobile read this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T-Mobile
We learn from our readings that the use of mobile devices in our society today has indeed become ubiquitous. In addition, CTIA asserted that over 326 million mobile devices were in use within The United States as of December 2012 an estimated growth of more than 100 percent penetration rate with users carrying more than one device with notable continues growth. From this research, its evident that mobile computing has vastly accelerated in popularity over the last decade due to several factors noted by the authors in our chapter reading. In consideration of this revelation, identify and name these factors, and provide a brief discussion about them. Also, write 2 75+ comments on the above topic.
TOPIC- “Impact of Information Technology(IT) in the business world”Please, search for a Peer-reviewed journal paper in relation to the topic of your main proposal. This paper can be one of the papers you used in your literature review section or the methodology; whichever you feel comfortable with. Once you locate the ideal paper, review the paper, and prepare a report of a 1-page critical review essay of the paper. NB: The date of publication of the paper should be limited to the last 10 years (2010)!In your review, reflect on the research problem, data, and methodology used. Further, comment on the key findings and limitations you observe in the study and how the paper helps in framing the study on your own topic for the proposal. The general content and flow of the paper should follow 1. Introduction 2. Summary and critique of the paper 3. Comments on how the article relates to other work on the same subject and how this adds to your topic of study 4. Comments on how the structure of the paper relates to the standard scientific research paper (content and coverage, especially, in relation to concepts you learned in the class 5. Conclusion 6. References