Which of the following would not be considered a disruptive technology? It is difficult to think of one that cannot be affected by this generation’s innovation. With every passing day, our society becomes more connected, and some of the most innovative, exciting, and useful inventions emerge from the laboratory and the labors of our scientists and engineers.
Which of these would you say would be most likely to become a “disruptive” technology in five years time? Computers and cellular phones would certainly be included. Medical and dental technologies are transforming at a rapid pace as well. The Internet has made many things possible, some of which we never thought possible. Will the next generation of these technologies ever be as good, as useful, and as influential as those of us who currently use them?
This list is by no means exhaustive, but it does offer an idea of which of the emerging technologies may be considered a disruptive technology by our future generations. Of course, there are many technologies that will emerge, and most of them will be much less disruptive than others. Disruptive technology is really just another word for new. A technology whose potential uses and applications have not yet been fully explored.
Just think of all the old technologies that have already been replaced by newer versions. How much of the world would there still be need for which of the following? Computers would not be nearly as necessary as they are today, but telephones would still exist. Video and computer game software would also still exist. A new form of energy could power our homes, businesses, and cities; transportation would no longer be limited to large trucks.
Which of the following would have the least amount of disruption? Nuclear weapons. Biological weapons could also pose a danger to humanity. The next question might be which of the following would have the greatest amount of benefit to humanity?
Which of the following would have the greatest amount of benefit to the current generation? Computers would be a blessing, or so the computer geeks say. Cell phones would be a great convenience, and Internet access through cable and satellite would be very fast. Did we mention that a robotic android assistant with artificial intelligence would replace jobs in the office and make labor more efficient? Those are some radical ideas, but which of the following would have the least amount of potential harm to society as a whole?
Each of these technologies has at least some amount of potential harm to the current generation. Some of these, like the nuclear weapons and biological weapons, would kill thousands of people every single day. Other technologies, such as cell phones and Internet access through satellite would cause deaths, or at least severe injuries. None of these things are ever going to be able to completely eliminate all forms of transportation, so some of them might not even be catastrophic. But all three of them could cause real problems for the current generation of human beings.
Which of the following would not be considered a disruptive technology? The answer is both computers and cell phones, and perhaps neither is going to completely disappear. But they will have less power in our lives than they do today, and they will have to evolve. If they don’t evolve, then we might have a problem getting on with our lives. Which of the following would not be considered a disruptive technology?
Well, let’s think about this for second. Cell phones might be considered a “disruptive” technology in that they change the way that people communicate, but they do not actually cause that many problems. Computers have always been a bit more problematic. The “disruptive” technologies do end up changing the world around us. Which of the following would not be considered a disruptive technology?
Well, let’s look at computers. It used to be the case that if you wanted to be really serious about getting something done, you had to have your hands-on experience with the technology. But now we have online classes, which make it easy for you to take an online computer course that only covers part of the technology. So while your regular textbook is still being used, you can get a laptop or a desktop and use it at home to do your coursework. Which of the following would not be considered a disruptive technology?
Well, which of the following would not be considered a disruptive technology if you were using one of those programs at home to take classes? If you were taking a course in which you worked at home, would you consider that a disruptive technology? I think most people would not consider it a disruptive technology because there is not the real world disruption like with cell phones or the internet. But if you are trying to write a paper and have to use a word processor, you might consider which of the following would not be considered a disruptive technology.