Where is technology most used?
I'd say car factorys because people are just to lazy to build the cars them selves. Robots do it for them, People just have to watch for malfunctions in the system.
The term "most advanced technology" created suggests that technology has come to a point in time that no further advances can be made. There are many fields of technology that on a dayly basis anounce breakthrough worth calling the most advaced in that field. The media should be able to tell you the most recent.
The United States is by far the most advanced in practically all the categories in technology. With the best people and most expertise, the US is currently the unopposed leader in computer technology, biotechnology, and energy technology etc. and although it is kind of on par with Russia when it comes to space technology, Russia generally lacks a lot of the funds to invest a lot in its space program. And China by far doing…
Life has great effect of technology. There is not any specific effect on life, it depends on how the technology is being used. If we use the technlogy in destrutive way then it is the most harmfull way for human life. And if we use for welfare of people then it can prove as boon to man kind. According to me technology is endless field of creations and inventions.
What are the challenges that most businesses face as a result of continually changing technology what is management's role in addressing these challenges?
Terminator technology is used in agriculture. It is a form of genetic engineering that creates seeds that produce plants that have sterile seeds at the end of the growing season. Thus, farmers have to buy seeds each year and do not have the option of saving them from their harvests (which most do not do now).