Who said 'you fear the day that technology will surpass your human interaction the world will have a generation of idiots'?
The quote is often linked to Albert Einstein. Einstein did say "It has become appallingly clear that our technology has surpassed our humanity" when he was questioned about the atomic bomb. (source: 2010, The Ultimate Quotable Einstein, Edited by Alice Calaprice, Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey. (Verified on paper))
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Some of the Key Leadership . Admiral Yamamoto was so key to the Japanese war effort that the US Navy spent considerable effort to locate, track and eliminate him.. General Rommel. General Eisenhower General MacArthur General Patton Admiral Nimitz. Answer . General Bernard Montgomery of Britai…n. (MORE)
Human interaction is the interference with the environment through mainly: . cutting forests for wood and paper production and for using lands for agriculture . operating fossil plants that emit air pollutants . building hydraulic dams that require diverting rivers . operating industrial facil…ities that contribute to environment pollution. . water pollution because of using fossil driven ships (MORE)
The Tecknology used on D-Day is the subject. Well I've read a lot of D-day books so to answer the question, the teck used on D-Day was some Thompsons (semi-auto machine guns), and the famous M1 yah. Used by many of the troops this gun was awsome. Also there was Bazzokas, flamethrowers, regular machi…ne guns, battleships guns, plane bombs and machine guns, howizters, mines, TNT, and so many more. Hope i answered the question bye (MORE)
Answer Because of televisions and computers, more people are staying inside. People will see less of each other because of technology. Yes there is instant messaging and e-mail, but it isn't the same as seeing a person. Soon, we will lose total outside contact with each other because all we need is… at home. The television shows the news and computers let us contact each other. However, people won't see each other outside of the home anymore. This is how technology affects social interaction.SWEET!! (MORE)
Franklin D Roosevelt at his first inaugural speech. "The only thingwe have to fear, is fear itself!" Speaking of the depression andthe prospect of turning the U.S. economy around. Actually Francis Bacon said it about 400 years ago in his essay onTribute. He was talking about fortune and change of …fortune and howa man with fortitude will not be shaken. Whereas a person who isfearful will suffer much by these changes. He referred to fear asthe inner enemy and said "Nothing is to be feared but fear itself.Nothing grievous but to yield to grief" FDR probably learned thisin grammar school In all reality you are both correct. While Francis Bacon did saythis quote, so did Franklin D. Roosevelt. While the quote wasquoted from Francis Bacon by Franklin Roosevelt, Franklin Rooseveltdid say it in his inaugural speech so technically, both of you arecorrect! i have the answer to apex simplified . Confidence was needed to overcome theDepression. . (MORE)
The actual quote is "the only thing we have to fear is fear itself...", and it was Franklin D. Roosevelt in his first inaugural address.
When will digital photographic technology ever surpass the quality of the photographic film emulsion?
I think it was first done in 2006. The question would be more accurate changed from "when will" to "when did" and removing the ever. . When did digital photographic technology surpass the quality of photographic film emulsion?
You have to be very quick and get most the answers right. Once, I got human calculator but it only lasted for a while. Here are some tips: . Practise your time tables, division, addition, subtraction with random sums (if you want get a friend/family member to give you a test and see if you impro…ve every week . Set out a chart with the times tables, division, addition and subtraction all mixed up and test yourself every day/every two days, etc. I hope you get human calculator! Yes, yes. What the previous person said is right. I have managed to reach human calculator in 2010, and the sums get harder. You also play 1v1 sometimes, so it makes you really tense! (MORE)
It was a quote said by Carleton Noyes . "Poetry: General Introduction". from Lectures on the Harvard Classics , 1914
Beats me. Because people don't have the decency to treat friends, acquaintances, colleagues, strangers, family, animals, belongings, objects, the world, with the respect that they seem to want themselves. And these people are often hypocrites. They want something but they can't offer it in return. … And they also know that pretty much no crime can be committed without the offender getting caught...so they know they can be as stupid as they like and no one can ever kill them :) (MORE)
Humans influence the environment everyday. They pollute the air,water and land and make organisms go extinct. They also destroyecosystems for buildings.
It may or may not happen. If it does, that moment will be called the "singularity".
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That actually depends on whom you ask. Some would say that our technology is becoming rapidly too advanced for us to control, while others think that all of the new technology will actually help the earth survive longer.
One emerging technology is the development of voice recognition software and the development of voice activated commands. Additionally, virtual reality and software and hardware whose purpose it to facilitate the independence of disabled persons are being developed and improved upon.
In his inaugural speech, President Franklin D. Roosevelt said (referring to the crippling economic Depression), "We have nothing to fear but fear , itself!"
As an example: We can see how 40 years ago we used to dream of having computers playing chess with us. Apart from the Deep Blue chess playing computer developed by IBM today my mobile has a Chess game with "Expert CPU Level". So, as more and more powerful computers and intelligent algorithms ar…e developed its inevitable that Artificial Intelligence will surpass human intelligence. (MORE)
EVERYBODY has their own good and bad days. With almost 300 million folks in the U.S. alone, even if a 10th of them make ONE mistake each day, it seems to the receiver, that there is an endless supply of nonsence going on! Its in the numbers my friend.
human in this is saying, what have humans done to change something there. Like architecture, or something man-made.
To entertain everyone around them with there stupidity. theyre are idiots in the world because they're are drugged pregnant women out there.
I ,a 13 year old boy, have created an experiment that can create a wormhole that we can use to time travel. If you want to see the experiment plan the follow this link... http://www.ireport.com/docs/DOC-367891#
Franklin D Roosevelt said it during his inauguration speech on March 4th 1933. The statement referenced the Great Depression which was engulfing the nation at the time. Many people were to afraid to spend what money they had, which consequently made the depression worse.
Rome had a bigger empire, for a longer time, because it had a military frame of mind.
Green Day wrote "American Idiot" to protest the years of the Bush Administration. This song came out with the album called "American Idiot" in September 2004, and the United States was in the midst of the war in Iraq. Green Day was opposed to the war, and the song "American Idiot" was meant to tell …people not to be American idiots who just follow the media because it is just propaganda. They want people to think for themselves and not just blindly follow the leaders of America. (MORE)
communication, examples are, speech, the way they act, art, music and many many more ways in fact I'm communicating to you write now
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The phrase is There is nothing to fear but fear itself. It is a famous phrase given to us by Franklin D. Roosevelt.
the general effect is commonly that people begin to become more demanding. as things get better and more efficient, people want things even better and more efficient.
What are the materials or technology enabled the Sears Tower to surpass the heights of previously constructed skyscrapers?
The reason that the Sears Tower surpassed previous buildings is thebundle of nine tubes that help the building withstand wind.
Telephone, text, email, instant messaging, video conferencing, faxing or simply reality television with audience participation
The technology can be articulated as the procedure of capitalization of resources, production, marketing and propaganda. The other technologies are the individual items or industries of multi categories which are put under the disposition of mankind. The technologies are dependent upon the global te…chnology in a pattern how it proceeds. Some features of the modern global technology: . Scientifically trained and highly qualified professionals technologists and the whole team of personnel. . Highly sophisticated software invention and application for the accuracy and rapidity. . Application of machines, devices and hardware where less man power is necessary. . The wide spread advertisement and application of advertisements by pay to click program which has caused huge profit and wide global marketing. . The scientific proceeding of consultancy information planning and execution with efficiently qualified personnel This technology will interact to render the production rapid and machine made, generating huge marketing through the modern techniques of advertisement and making available the huge capital money and other resources. When the technology makes progress, the individual technologies apply the software and the hardware and thanks to the progress of the technology, the individual technologies gain huge profit in quality and in making huge profit by the application of the technology. When the technologies make available the resources of the technology , the technology finds marketing and it makes further progress. So the progress of the technology is in proportion to the application made by the individual technologies. If the demand for the production of the technology falls then the whole society gets affected. So it has to invent further production so that the technologies set demand for its marketing. The best thing about technology is the flexibilities it offer but within a set of rules and following a defined protocol. An important question to answer this question is - with which technology you want which other technology to interact? Say for example if you have a e-commerce website and wish your website to accept online payments then there are APIs of payment gateways that allow the scripts of your website to communicate & interact with the secured pages of the gateway to process online payments. Another example, you are using QuickBooks to keep track of your accounts and customers, now if you want your website to have a feature for your accountants to login to the website and get the access to this accounts data then you can accomplish by using the integration SDK & XML support provided by QB to move the data from your local machine (of course internet connectivity is required) to the database of your website to give your accounts these access. Yet another example, your business model is giving points to your customers on every purchase they are making using the cards you have issued them. This swiping of cards can be done using POS machines, which dump the records on a server and then you can connect to these server via FTP to get the data in raw form or may write routines to read this raw data and save it a database that can be used to generated easy to read and informative formats. In all the three examples I have given above there is one common things and i.e. wherever two technologies are interacting with each other there exists an interface between them which can be API or SDK or self-written routinesâ¦. So once I know which technology you want to interact with other then I will be able to better comment on what protocol you may use to accomplish the desired objective. (MORE)
I need help with this question.. How do humans interact with the natural world around them?? Help me by tomoorow please
Whoever asks this question is an idiot. and i must say... we all are idiots in some way once in a while, so just go check the world population on wikipedia and then there you go!
A human interaction is any time two or more people say or dosomething to one another.
Yes and no. It is very common to dream about people and things of the past day. But dreams are not limited to the previous day's memories, and can draw on memories from the distant past as well as from pure imagination.
Aciani1's opinion: In the distant future, human energy needs will be met with a combination of technologies. Bio-based fuels will be used where a high energy density power source is required, such as in cars, trucks, airplanes, military vehicles, and remote power applications. For mains electr…ical power, we will use a multi-tiered system consisting of multiple technologies. Houses will receive most of their electrical energy from individual solar and wind power devices, buffered by battery banks. There will be large scale solar, wind, hydroelectric and geothermal power stations to provide the bulk of industrial energy needs. Medium sized energy storage facilities, and hydroelectric and nuclear load following stations will be used for peaking power and production fall-off at solar and wind facilities. Small bio-fuels powered peaking plants may be held in reserve for extreme demand conditions, or prolonged underproduction from solar and wind sources. The use of electric vehicles will be unlikely, as the energy demands caused by these vehicles exceeds even current fossil fuels power generation, and peak charging times would coincide with minimum production times for solar and wind power. Using the renewable energy resources, it is unlikely that even half of the current energy requirements could be realized. This is due to the coincidence of usage times to output times, rather than the rated output of the generating devices. (MORE)
ur an idiot since u searched for this question btw its cos of your teachers so there
The challenge, then, is not only to produce a "cool" digital medium in which learning can take place, but to do so despite use of a screen that may remind us of television and the uninvolved behavior patterns it induces.
"Fear is the thief of dreams." is a quote by Brian Krans in thebook A Constant Suicide. Award-winning journalist andauthor Brian Krans lives and works in the Midwest. A ConstantSuicide is his first novel. Like his characters, Krans' experienceat college was filled with many hours in party houses a…nd evenlonger hours catching up in the library afterward. It was thehectic lifestyle of a student-partier and other forces that sentKrans into a state of depression that ended in a suicide attempthis junior year, only to be rescued by his roommate and cousin. InNovember 2006, in conjunction with the Q-C November Novelists,Krans expanded a short story he wrote at Winona State Universityinto A Constant Suicide. Between a full-time job as a newspaperreporter, a weekend job as a bartender and volunteering withteenage kids, Krans wrote this part-fiction, part-memoir of hiscollege experience. He is thirty-one years old (2013) (MORE)
Franklin D. Roosevelt, during his first inaugural address on March4,1933, was speaking of the Great Depression, and its effect on themorale of the USA, when he said: "...the only thing we have to fear is fear itself..."
I'm trying to find the answer to this one too, but i can't, so i researched it and i'm putting Robert Pinsky . Yup its ROBERT PINSKY.
Fear of technological singularity it scares me please reassure me will the world be overun by super smart machines?
Maybe. The whole idea is that we escape into the computer world and live forever, but if people don't want to "make the switch," who knows what could happen? The singularity will bring a ridiculously tremendous change to the entire universe. Like, the whole enchilada. It's kind of crazy. But if it h…appens, it happens, you know? Don't sleep in fear. (MORE)
Franklin Delano Roosevelt said in his inaugural address, "the only thing we have to fear is fear itself".
No, the Brazil 1970 team had won by scoring lots of goals in the process..... Spain contrarily have been winning by 1 goal or penalties... in the World Cup 2010, they have scored a total of 8 goals in 7 matches (the lowest ever for a World Cup champion). Hence Spain is champion, alright; but far f…rom an everlasting one.... (MORE)
exam - people use cng in their vehicles and pollution get reduced to a great level people use email and other e services which indirectly reduce many types of pollution. by umeedonlinecom
Greece was never a world power. Greece was nothing but a collection of city-states which only united in times of severe crises. Each city was independent and had its own laws and customs and even religious festivals. The closest that Greece ever came to being a world power was during the exploits of… Alexander the Great when Greek culture spread. At Alexander's death it all split apart. Because of this lack of unity it was easy for other cultures to surpass Greece. . Far from being surpassed by other cultures, Greek culture became even more influential after Alexander the Great's conquests. These conquests begun the Hellenistic period. This was the period of the spread of Greek influence through the Middle East, Central Asia and Egypt because these areas were ruled by Greeks. Alexander the Great's conquests were partitioned between his generals and Greek rule in these areas continued. Alexandria, which is in Egypt, became the biggest centre of Greek learning. Greece was not a loose collection of city-states throughout its history. At that time, the Kingdom of Macedon covered 1/3 of Greece and was the largest and the dominant state in Greece. There was also the Kingdom of Epirus, which covered the west and had been around longer. There were the Aeolian League and the Achaean League which turned the city-states in these alliances into significant local military forces. They were formed for defence against Macedon in the former and against Sparta in the latter Rome surpassed Greece as a power because she conquered Greece. This was after four wars against Macedon. Macedon was annexed to the Roman Empire after the third war and the whole of Greece was conquered after the fourth. Rome's military manpower was larger than that of mainland Greece as she turned the Italic peoples of central and southern Italy (which was bigger than Greece) into allies who provided at least 60% of her soldiers. Greece was divided. Some of the Greek states allied with Rome during the first three wars and in the second and third war Rome got involved in Greece because she was asked for help by her Greek allies during disputes among Greek states. It was this involvement in Greek disputes that led Rome to take over Greece. The Greek states formed in Asia and Africa with the partition of Alexander the Great' conquests were: the Kingdom of Pergamon in western Turkey (it became a Roman ally), the massive Seleucid Empire (eastern Turkey, Armenia, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, part of western Pakistan, parts of Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan, Lebanon and Palestine) and the Ptolemaic kingdom (Egypt and parts of Turkey). (MORE)
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The quotation is from an anonymous internet user sometime in 2012 as part of the following quotation: I fear the day when the technology overlaps with our humanity. The world will only have a generation of idiots. The quotation is falsely attributed to Albert Einstein in internet memes.
Machines could be used to pollute the air andd water, andthey canalso cause oil in the water.
It would be completely unrecognizable due to the rapid growth of plant life in Florida.