Is Technology Moving Too Fast? | Evolution of Technology And the Inventions that Changed the World technology growth

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👉🏻 Téléchargez notre guide de carrière gratuit en science des données : Inscrivez-vous à notre formation complète en science des données avec 57% de réduction : L’évolution de la technologie a totalement changé le monde dans lequel nous vivons, mais va-t-il trop vite ? Nous avons construit une chronologie pour le découvrir! De nos jours, on a l’impression que chaque semaine, une autre invention ou idée révolutionnaire est révélée. Mais comment en sommes-nous arrivés là ? Dans cette vidéo, nous allons examiner l’évolution de la technologie depuis le tout début. Nous passerons en revue certains des dispositifs et concepts les plus influents qui nous ont conduits au monde alimenté par la technologie dans lequel nous vivons aujourd’hui. Notre voyage dans le temps commence à peu près quand nous l’avons fait, avant les selfies, la pêche à la traîne, les jeux en monde ouvert et les vidéos infographiques ringardes, il y a 35 000 ans avant JC avec le premier exemple enregistré de comptage. Tout a commencé par un simple décompte sur un os – l’os de Lebombo. Parlez d’upcycling ! Plus commodément, le papier Papyrus a été inventé en 3000 avant JC pour l’enregistrement et l’Abacus en 2300 avant JC pour les sommes. Ceux-ci ont eu leurs propres évolutions au cours des deux prochains millénaires jusqu’à environ 100 EC où ils ont atteint un état de la façon dont nous les connaissons aujourd’hui. C’était aussi l’époque où les chiffres arabes hindous ont été développés, pas les premiers nombres caractérisés mais ceux qui permettent des mathématiques complexes. Passant au deuxième millénaire, nous avons le développement du Torquetum – un ordinateur analogique complexe utilisé pour mesurer les coordonnées astronomiques et constitue la base de tous les instruments astronomiques modernes. ► Envisagez d’appuyer sur le bouton S’INSCRIRE si vous AIMEZ le contenu : ► VISITEZ notre site Web : 🤝 Connectez-vous avec nous LinkedIn : 365 Data Science est un site Web de carrière éducative en ligne qui offre l’incroyable opportunité de trouver votre chemin dans le monde de la science des données, peu importe votre passé connaissance et expérience. Nous avons préparé de nombreux cours qui répondent aux besoins des aspirants analystes BI, analystes de données et scientifiques des données. Chez 365 Data Science, nous sommes des éducateurs engagés qui croient que la curiosité ne doit pas être entravée par l’incapacité d’accéder à de bonnes ressources d’apprentissage. C’est pourquoi nous concentrons tous nos efforts sur la création de contenus éducatifs de haute qualité auxquels tout le monde peut accéder en ligne. Consultez nos guides de carrière en science des données : #Technologie #Évolution #Inventions.

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God 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

not fast enough

Harry Potter Fun Club 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

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Al_dren Al_dren 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

Happy @UB

Al_dren Al_dren 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

Hi' UB.

MichaelVonHegger 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

"Yes mate, technocratic totalitarianism is on the horizon. It's going to move even faster, not a good thing."

Taşkın Koç 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

3 years have passed and we haven't invented anything new.

Rey-vin Ibus 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

How to notice Po?

CulturedMan 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

2019 : Corona Virus

MrRawage 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

Not fast enough. Accelerationism

AJM 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

fun fact: 2020 new invention COVID 19

ساره sara 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

جميل جدا very good 👍

Owen P 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

Just over 100 years ago electricity was invented. Under 100 years ago the first computer. And now- I’m sitting in my car that can go 120mph and is considered old, on an “outdated” iPhone 10 which is a machine I can literally just say “hey Siri” to and ask her whatever and I’ll generally get a good answer and I have the worlds knowledge at my fingertips. Yet I continue to watch YouTube while I smoke weed and eat sour gummies. I’m glad there’s smart people out there doin machine stuff. I’ll be out cleaning up trash and adventuring nature and takin pics. Man humanity is weird.

Codex 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

Seems like technological progress is snowballing, getting faster as time goes on.

JohnnyRebKy 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

I think technology is what will send us back into the stone age. We depend on it so much that when something brings it down we won't be able to survive. Solar flare , comet strike, nuclear war ….anything that destroys the grid…will kill most people within 2 weeks. We have totally forgotten how to survive without it. The system is so fragile that you can bet at some point something will bring it down. We will go back to the stone age and start all over again

DiceDecides 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

what I'm wondering is what makes us (opposed to other animals) so special? like how did our species just discover stuff and try to find improvements… is it just a lucky snowball effect? hard to grasp

Noah Gamamates 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

Does anyone just take some time to appreciate how far we have came with technology?

Gaston Chevalet 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

"Are we going to fast " I think we are not going fast enough

Shotz 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

I hope we get computer sex robots with human feeling skin.

Meepo Tello 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

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Leinard Esteves 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

A smartphone where you can play cyberpunk 2077.

Martin Roberts 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

The "Sofia" robot is not self-aware. Nowhere near. It runs in two modes. The first is a chatbot with speech recognition and generation. The second is simply script reading to create the illusion of intelligence.

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fishIsnotfish fish 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

Idk I think increasing are average intelligence, even by a little. We would see a pretty good bump In advancement. And no I'm not talking about letting evolution do It's thing. I mean having man made enhancement. Everytime I hear someone be rude and call someone a dumbass. You know people cant help the way they are. I'm basically just hearing alot rudeness. People just want better people, honestly and obviously at this point. However you define better, as In more capable humans. Until we reach that point. I could careless about another smart phone or blah blah.

남 예준 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

yea but tech means nothing if we are dead from global warming….

Bes Real 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

Are we going to protect our super computers from the primitive minded people who want to destroy everything they do not understand or control? Thus far, it appears that we are allowing savages to continue to breed freely and vandalize our cities. Have the angry "ape like" humans proven themselves, yet again, the true "winners" of planet earth or will technology finally protect intelligent design and creators?

TheZenithUpAbove 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

Nothing about Nikola Tesla, unimpressed

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EyeShield21 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

200k years of human history and technology has advanced rapidly in just 200 years(mechanical & machinery). What and who(alien/god lol) sparks the idea?

Sarcastically, in the future, 200/2k years more ahead scientists/inventors could invent a starship and travel as far as heaven/hell just to prove religion exists or not.

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David Piovesan 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

Human innovation has allowed us to change the world…perhaps to our own detriment. Ironically, it is now technology that can save our planet from ourselves. Time will tell.

Ajingtec 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

It’s mind blowing how much we have advanced in the past 150 years in general

Piktor 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

we are going too slow!

franque 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

Id say technology is moving faster than expected but still not fast enough. But, with this pace, the progress would be much more as we go foward. Its gonna get faster as we go

SARXOSS X 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

To slow. Conpany and gowerment slow down scince.

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Chris Cockrell 06/12/2021 - 6:33 Chiều

Great video. It is an interesting that you built the narrative about computing and calculating. Technology is the main trust, that seems reasonable, but it sure left out many technological changes that fundamentally changed humanity. Boolean, Transistor, IC, microprocessor, WWW are all very critical.

We will see 1) public policy get impacted by technology. How policy can be more democratic in nature and how people can have more input into politics.
Automation of 2) labor is another area where technology will change things. There will still be work to do. As much work will be available as the time you are willing to put into creating value, just like today, and just like over the past 150 year. Technology just changes how we see and perceive value. Basically, we'll see the value of automatable labor drop as it is automated. AI or similar nonsense won't be achieved and will remain as a utopian idea (stupid).

Counting – 35000 BC Lebombo bone
Number based counting – 2300 BC Abacus
Characterized numbers – 100
Astronomical Computer – Torquetum – 1100
automata – Al-Jazari 1200
Calculator deseign – Da Vinci 1500
Slide rule 1621
Pascal's calculator 1642
Binary based counting – number to binary representation 1679
Jacquard loom – 1804 punch cards for design
Difference engine – 1812
The first computer program – 1842
Boolean Logic – 1847
Lightbulb – electricity 1879
Census – tabulating machine – 1890
Triode tube – 1906
Turing machine – 1936
Atanasoff – Berry 1st electric computer – 1936
Zuse Z3 1941 – nueral networks
ENIAC 1946
UNIVAC – 1946 Business and gov computing
Transistor – 1947
SNARC – first thinking machine (checkers) – 1951
The logic Theorist – talking machine – 1955
Integrated circuit – 1958
IBM system 360, PDP-1 digitalized computer – 60s
Mouse, User interface 1964
programable calculators CDC 7600 – 1969
super computers, UNIX, 1969
ARPAnet, internet, 1969
DRAM, microprocessor, floppy – 1971
Basic (programming language) – 1975 and personal computers.
Get smaller
Backpropagation – 1982
CD rom – 1982
WWW – 1989
Gaming – 90s
Big Data – 2005
Iphone, smart phone, 2007
Blockchain – 2008


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