In the 90s of the XIX century, at the Detroit Electric Company, a young man worked 10 hours a day for $11 a week. When he came home from work, he worked all night in his pin, which was near the house, to build a new type of engine, and his father complained that he was wasting his time, his neighbors thought he was crazy, and no one believed that anything would come of what he was doing. But it is said that only one person believed and that was his wife. His wife helped him in the evening and stayed with him until late at night, holding the kerosene lamp until his hands were cold and blue. She believed in what her husband was doing and in him until the end. Then, a year passed, when there was a lot of noise in this pin, when the surprised neighbors ran out, "Crazy" and his wife were driving through the street in a horseless carriage making a lot of noise. This "Crazy" was called Henry Ford.
Research and experiments are being conducted and the results are being made public about the environmental conditions of big cities that are becoming deadly for people's lives. The results of an experiment conducted by US scientists, where experimental mice were exposed to city air for 6 hours, were startling. The forest of mice had lost their senses and had become restless and irritable. So, what is the effect of serving people?
The Pew Research Center conducted a survey of 4,726 Americans on how they perceive technologies such as human gene editing, artificial synthetic blood transfusions, and brain implants proposed by American scientists to change and improve human life. These technologies are expected to improve the quality of life. However, it was observed that the participants of the study were accepting these technologies in a very anxious and distrustful manner. Thus, it is shown that there is no basis for society to accept these technologies.
People get excited when they have to get away from their phones and computers. At the end of the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st century, new threats have been added to the old threats of the world. Famine, war, disease, and terrorism have long been known to mankind, but a new threat has arisen and continues to wreak havoc, if not death. Computers are the new threat to human relationships.
British authorities are wary of Russian hackers.