New technologies and new paradigms: the new technological societies approach
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Technological implications
new societies
technological impact

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Mendoza NavarreteM. L., Zambrano VillegasY. A., Bermudez CevallosL. del R., & Viteri AlcivarY. A. (2021). New technologies and new paradigms: the new technological societies approach. Universidad Ciencia Y Tecnología, 25(110), 155-163. https://doi.org/10.47460/uct.v25i110.487

Abstract

New technologies represent novelty depending on the era in which they are viewed, but in all cases they represent social evolution in some way. At present, new technologies are associated with the use of computer tools that strengthen processes, mechanisms, and undoubtedly, social communication. This paper evaluates new technologies focused on social transformations, their impact on human behavior and the social repercussions they may bring with their prevalence over time. Several academic documents of a scientific and technical nature are evaluated, with a view to defining the paradigms of technologies in their evolutionary process through societies. The most outstanding results show that the modern world is subject to a significant impact of information technology, that it encompasses not only educational aspects but also family, personal and economic aspects, and that the implications of traditional substitution by technology may be detrimental to mankind.

Keywords: Technological implications, new societies, technological impact.

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