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Sunday, 23 January 2022

Digital technologies and its domains for future integration in real world

 

Digital technologies and its domains for future integration in real world

 

Introduction

The Digital technologies (digital employees, internet of things, artificial intelligence, virtual & augmented reality, block-chain, 3d printing., drones and robotics & automation) are electronic tools, systems, devices and resources that generate, store or process data. Well known examples include social media, online games, multimedia and mobile phones. Digital learning is any type of learning that uses technology. It can happen across all curriculum learning areas.

 

Why Digital technologies is important

The basic purpose of digital technology platform is that it should provide technology-enabled services to the business. Technology has revolutionized the go to market strategy of modern businesses. Digital Platform that will become the new business model and accelerate the reach of new markets. Digital technologies change reality in a fundamental way. After centuries of scientific studies and of philosophical reflections, we could reasonably claim to master the offline world. But the online world is not just a dimension “added” to the development of digital technologies to be studied in the same way as the offline world. 

Digital technologies

The online dimension has actually led to a confusion and fusion of online and offline. We are onlife, to borrow the neologism of the philosophers of information. Problems such as the privacy of personal data on the Internet, or the right to be forgotten, are clearly generated by digital technologies. But their “onlife” character requires that—before any ethical verdict can be advanced—the nature of the problem is understood. Understanding the nature of the problem implies ontological and epistemological reflections that, together, can inform ethics.

 

Future of Digital technologies

 

Digital technologies 

Digital technologies have advanced more rapidly than any innovation in our history – reaching around 50 per cent of the developing world's population in only two decades and transforming societies. By enhancing connectivity, financial inclusion, access to trade and public services, technology can be a great equalizer.


Artificial intelligence/ Machine learning

Artificial intelligence will make a big influence on current technologies. Basically, Artificial intelligence refers to the machine or computer, able to solve the problem or task done by human using natural intelligence. The algorithms and technology synchronized in a way that it assists the humans with normal intelligence to perform a simple task without being given an order. Machine learning is a branch of artificial intelligence. As the name says it enable the machine to learn to take actions. AI in mobile is the emerging trend in future and it holds immense potential.


Internet Of Things 

Internet Of Things is the inter-networking of connected devices that enable these objects to collect and exchange data. It does not need any interaction between humans or between human with a computer. From physical devices to household items, vehicles, building it will open new opportunities everywhere.

 

Digital technologies impacts and ethical concerns

A digital technology not only impairs cognitive development, but it also may result in psychological disorders. In teenagers, Digital technologies can seriously affect their mental and emotional wellbeing. In this age, mostly all teenagers depend on social media as their source of entertainment or outlet.


It is only once we recognize how much the onlife world differs from the old offline world that we can sketch out a new discourse about ethics. In particular, an informational approach provides an overarching methodological framework in which we can juggle with three fundamental elements of philosophical thinking: what the world is (i.e., ontology), how we can get knowledge of the world (i.e., epistemology), and the normative dimension at ethico-political level. These three are essentially related and interconnected. However, due to the hyper-specialization of the sciences and of philosophy, they grew into distinct sub-disciplines that, by and large, talk past each other rather than to each other.


 Digital technologies, with their ethical challenges, provide us with the opportunity to bring together ethics, ontology, and epistemology in a coherent approach. To date, the philosophy of information is the approach that more than others has the potential to understand this new onlife dimension and to guide us out of the impasse of technological determinism.

 

Why the rest of us should care

An important lesson from the philosophy of information is that there is no essential difference between humans and machines. This has repercussions on a number of debates. On the one hand, we must rethink our categories to understand the nature of informational organisms. What makes us humans distinct from animals or computers is not our ability to process information but the responsibility we hold towards other inforgs and the infosphere during the whole information cycle.


On the other hand, and at a more general epistemological level, the effects of ICTs are profound and pervasive. The creation of knowledge is not an exclusive prerogative of human beings: knowledge becomes situated, embodied, distributed, and relational—and this across humans, machines, institutions, or environments. Recognizing these characteristics of knowledge help mending (philosophy of) technology and (philosophy of) science so that ethical questions can be an integral part of them.

 

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