Technology and human progress: the information revolution

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Publication Type Lecture
School or College University Libraries
Department J. Willard Marriott Library
Other Author Everhart, Thomas E.
Title Technology and human progress: the information revolution
Date 1993-10-07
Description The world has entered the Information Age. We can look forward to even more dramatic changes in the future than those we have witnessed in the past. These changes are challenging individuals, institutions, and nations. Even though information transmission, processing, and utilization has increased by orders of magnitude, humans are the beneficiaries of this information. Our ability to absorb and understand information has not increased by orders of magnitude. How we learn to cope with the wealth of information available to us will determine whether we ultimately benefit from the information revolution as individuals and as a nation. The future will require us to be adaptable, to continue to learn, and to continue to explore the frontiers of science, technology, and their application. Let us hope that the people of our shrinking planet Earth will find a common goal of individual and global survival, and will utilize technology for the benefits that it can bestow upon the human race.
Type Text
Publisher University of Utah
Subject Telecommunication; Information Age
Subject LCSH Technological innovations; Information technology
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Everhart, T.E. (1993). Technology and Human Progress: the Information Revolution. William R. and Erlyn J. Gould Distringuished Lecture on Technology and the Quality of Life, Second Annual Address, 1993, 1-22.
Rights Management (c) 1993 University of Utah
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Date Created 2012-06-13
Date Modified 2021-05-06
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