IMPACT OF COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY ON INDIVIDUALS Humanity stands at the beginning of a new era, in which the less important physical

work requiring the industrial r evolution at the same time becomes more important mental work required by the ne w computer revolution , modern computers give you the information you need to ex pand their intellectual potential. For the first time, the company depends on a resource that is information which is renewable and helps us making decisions. N EED TO BEGIN IN THE COMPUTER: Since the computer is the engine that drives today 's computer society, is essential for people to know the instrument and its appl ications, such as: 1 .- To know the possibilities and limitations of the compute r. 2 .- Learn how to use computers. 3 .- Learn how to buy computer software. 4 . - To appreciate the effect of computers. PROMISES AND THREATS: The union of comp uter science and robotics leads us to believe in a society in which the producti on of wealth is not necessarily linked to work and human effort, as there will b e a multitude of factories producing goods with the mere presence of a superviso r responsible for planning and maintenance. The broad framework of possibilities offered by new technologies is limited by the human factor. But the rate of ass imilation of new technology is not limited by the cost or difficulty of acquirin g the equipment, but by the apparent complexity of its use. The major difficulty lies in the psychological aspects, attitudes to the new machines and the phobia of some people to computing. Whenever there is a technological change comes a c risis of retraining. For example, when the appearance of the car was road demons trations that were jeopardizing their jobs, when in reality was that there was a great need for mechanics, drivers, petrol sellers, sellers of spare parts, auto mobile manufacturers, etc. Cybernetics can get the factories operating without a ny operator, with the sole assistance of a maintenance technicians. Services suc h as banking, could be automated and performed in a high percentage of computers and peripheral equipment. Robotics and information technology seem to hide behi nd the great specter of unemployment, but the reality is that there is great nee d for technicians to make it possible for these computers and these robots are d esigned, produced and, above all, are programmed properly. There is a huge poten tial demand for systems technicians, telecommunications engineers, programmers, analysts, and above all, users with knowledge of the tools at your service. Some companies thanks to new technologies will increase in their activities and othe rs that the market will be displaced by those competitors who have successfully assimilated the new technology, 1 The introduction of computers has not led to staff reductions, but on the contra ry, it can process much higher volumes of information to treaties before mechani zation, with notable increases in productivity. Companies that fail to be incorp orated into the machining process will see their competitiveness deteriorated, s o that eventually, or do a conversion process to make them more competitive and eventually close its doors. We conclude that the widespread use of computers wil l bring the following consequences: 1 .- An increase in productivity. 2 .- A sal ary increase, mainly for employees of companies mechanized. 3 .- An increase in jobs in mechanized companies. 4 .- An increase in investment. 5 .- An increase o f leisure time. 6 .- Indirectly we can also expect better corporate governance a s a result of a higher quality of the information they hold their managers to ha ve better information systems. EFFECT OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS ON POSITIVE INDIV IDUALS: • New job opportunity: they have created hundreds of new jobs in areas s uch as programming, computer operation and management of information systems. • Increased job satisfaction: scientists and engineers can solve interesting probl ems that had not seen without the aid of computers. • Business Use: Used to prev ent waste and improve efficiency, which can result in lower product prices and b etter service to customers. • Use public organizations: avoids waste and improve efficiency in government offices,€schools and hospitals can also redundaren bet ter service and better service and lower the tax burden of citizens. • Use at ho me: hundreds of thousands of computers were purchased for home use, these indivi dual systems are used for entertainment and fun, educational purposes, to contro

l the household budget in many other tasks. POTENTIAL IMPLICATIONS: • The threat of unemployment for computer use can result in absolescencia for work and the d isplacement of some workers. • The use of certain questionable practices of data processing: many organizations capture data on citizens, data are stored and pr ocessed by computer, in some cases, these data have been collected by those who have no valid reason to do . • Trends to depersonalization: the computer identif ies the individual as a number, as in most banking systems based on the computer , the key used to identify to 2 individual is a number, such as social insurance card, student registration, the employee's account or credit card. • The problem of system security: the lack o f security control data d a computer system in some cases has caused the destruc tion of records of individuals, also has allowed unauthorized access, accidental or intentionally, confidential information private in nature. • The issue of pr ivacy: the lack of control in the storage, retrieval and transmission of data ha s allowed the abuse of legitimate right to privacy, the right has to keep privat e (or keep confidential) the facts, beliefs and feelings that the individual doe s not want to publish. IMPACT OF COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY IMPACT OF COMPUTER TECHNOLO GY IN THE CULTURE. CULTURE: • Development or improvement of the physical or inte llectual or moral moral, through education. • Set of ideas, skills and habits th at have become a human group and passed down from generation to generation. • Su m of behavioral traits and beliefs learned characteristics of the members of a s ociety. LA culture is learned. INFORMATICS: The concept is broader than just the use of computer equipment or electronic processes. Its creation was motivated t o give a less technocratic and less mechanistic concept of data processing. Scie ntific systematic and effective treatment, especially by automatic machine made, the information referred to as a vehicle of human knowledge and communication i n the technical, economic and social. Computer culture. It means that the person nel operating in automated systems must to know the basics of computer centers. This is to know the advantages gained in having support from a software and hard ware to evaluate barriers or resistance to any changes. Culture in societies cha racterized by a group of traits that make them distinct from others that we call culture. The company also is being forced to adjust to the evolution of compute rs, as this will create new jobs and living conditions. Computers facilitate and enrich our lives: In which society has used the computer and their examples. • March Music • Trade. • Injury Medicine. Refusing to accept technological advances for fear o f the unknown, or the discontent in the knowledge that need training. Since it r equires more preparation staff IMPLICATIONS OF COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY IN THE LANGUA GE. LANGUAGE: • Faculty expressed through the spoken or written. • Language spok en by a people or action. • way of expressing. • Style of each talk. Every day w e learn a new aspect of the computer either by the media, reading specialist or simply by the daily experiences and is very common that we find terms whose mean ing is unknown to us, leaving us this insurmountable gaps in understanding the i ssues . The use of computer technology has brought us to use words from other la nguages such as English, French, and the computer language we use everyday which can enrich our culture, or also at any given time, distort information or destr oy our language depending a good or bad interpretation we make of these terms.€S ome terms that have enriched our language are: • Mouse • • E-mail Scanner • Cd-R om • Hacker • Internet There are terms that can cause confusion when interpretin g a person who has no computer skills: • Abort: stop as equals drastic a process or running on your computer. • Spider: A machine that automatically searches fo r information on the network. • Butler: responsible for managing mailing lists. • Go: to explore the website by clicking on hyperlinks. • Network: A set of comp uters (2 or more) that are linked through the communication elements. • Virus: A program whose instruction is executed to cause any problems. IMPACT OF COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY IN THE IDEOLOGY IDEOLOGY: A branch of philosophical science that dea ls with the origin and classification of ideas, all the ideas that characterize a school or an author. 4

Sean idealistic identified three approaches: OPTIMISTIC ideological approach, it is argued that by using the computer will lead to greater freedom and individua lity in a human environment and personalized and that greater benefits than prob lems and discomfort. IDEOLOGICAL APPROACH Worst: They examine the opponents many applications that support the optimists and reach the opposite conclusion that the use of computers will result. A domain of people as individuals and society (when humans have to compete with industrial robots, will provide the loss of jo bs, security as well as his personal dignity). Example: You can install voice an alyzers patterns in future computer education systems which could determine the identity of a person and his state of mind, emotional stability, optimists point out that this voice analysis will allow the user to determine if the student is discontent and nervous or encouraged to automatically choose a learning program that meets the student's mood. This point is fighting back the naysayers with t he position of your privacy in danger. IDEOLOGICAL APPROACH FROM ANOTHER POINT: He says the technology has been with mankind since its inception and now people are better educated and are more able to adapt to new ideas and changes it has c aused. TECHNOLOGY: Set the expertise of a mechanical trade or industrial art. It is the organization and application of knowledge to achieve practical purposes, influences physical manifestations as machines and tools, but also intellectual techniques and processes used to solve problems and obtain desired results. Reg arding the technology is not only leading industrial development, but is a vital ingredient. With rapid technological advances allow the development of business . Some factors that must be considered in them are: • The crecimiiento in using technology as a factor of competitive advantage. • The fact that the technologic al importance in the majority of Canadians companies for the next 10 years, is b ased on knowledge (know_how) particularly important is the application of existi ng technology, much of which is imported. • Enabling technologies, such as micro procesadore, will play an increasingly important role at the product level. TECH NOLOGY APPLICABLE TO ALL ORGANIZATIONS: The technology is easy to understand in a physical transformation process, as in an assembly line, but it is also suitab le for other organizations, such as a hospital or a university. • Based on the k nowledge and equipment used to perform tasks. 5 • It affects the types of inputs and outputs of the system to reach the organiza tion. IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY IN THE STRUCTURE: STRUCTURE: Create the formal scheme and determines the way in which tasks are performed. A series of studies by the research unit on industrial management from the University of Aston, England, p rovided information on the relationship between technology and structure. Techno logy classified into three components: • Operational Technology: is the techniqu e used in the workflow activities. • Materials Technology: relates to the nature of the materials used in the transformation process. • Technology knowledge: re fers to the characteristics of knowledge used in the organization. This conclude d that the operational technology revealed structural variables affect only thos e deirectamente linked with the flow of work. Technology is a key determinant of the structure primodial the production line.€These various studies suggest that the relationship between technology and structure are complex. Technology solam ennte not eliminated several routine tasks, but has restored the functions of ot her employees and requires changes in attitude and behavior. IMPACT OF TECHNOLOG Y IN THE PSYCHOSOCIAL SYSTEM: The traditional theory of the administration almos t did not take into account how the technology affected the psychosocial system. The technical system was considered as given and unchanging, and it was assumed that people would adapt. Fortunately, human Messrs are adaptable and have respo nded to rapidly changing technology. The technological advancement of complex or ganizations in the last 100 years have required major adjustments in social syst ems. The techniques of bureaucracy, scientific management and mass production re quired fundamental changes. The latest developments in automation and computers now have a major effect, however little has been studied the ralación between te chnology and psychosocial systems. The technology relates to members of organiza tions in various ways. It is a key factor in determining the tasks required and

the degree of specialization. Often determines the size and composition of immed iate work group and the range of contacts with other workers and supervisors. Of ten determines the degree of physical mobility. Affects the various roles and po sitions of individuals in organizations: generally have higher technical skills means getting a better position, more pay and other rewards. Includes more to de termine the specific design of the work of each employee. The technology, partic ularly in mass production operations, imposes a time dimension to the workers. T imeliness required to begin the process and sets a certain pace. Technological c hange could create uncertainty and anxiety in employment and workers. The skills developed over a period could be absoletas, which vitally affects their self-pe rception and motivation. IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY IN THE ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEM One o f the main consequences of changing technology has been the increasing specializ ation of knowledge. The administrative system in most organizations includes man y participants 6 with specialized skills and training. Many specialists with appropriate training in management positions are: research and development, communications experts a nd industrial psychologists and sociologists. The modern administrative system i s composed of a single person with absolute knowledge and power, is formed by a team of trained specialists who contribute their skills to the good performance of the organization. They are usually the catalysts that help the organization t o use and adapt new technological advances. IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY IN THE AUTOMATI ON computer technologies and other relations with them are having a major impact on all levels of organizations. At the operational level, automation, numerical ly controlled machines, industrial robots and flexible manufacturing systems are examples of technology. Automation represents the current phase of a long-term trend toward greater complexity and modernization of technological systems for t he production of goods. Includes links to computer-controlled processes and mach inery in an integrated production system. Numerically controlled machines (by co mputer) have great flexibility and adaptability compared with the machines - tra ditional tools of a single purpose. They can be programmed to perform various op erations in different parts developed without recognition. IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY IN COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY ATICA INFORM THE WORK WORK: It is the human effort (activ ity) that is made for human sustenance asualmente (keep). Use the activity or ph ysical or mental effort for a particular purpose. Set of technical scientific kn owledge that influence physical manifestations like machines (computers) and too ls, techniques and processes for the implementation and development of informati on of a particular workplace. In all organizations that use computers are having a great positive impact these organizations conduct their activities in one or more of the following fields: whether in government, law, medicine, education, h umanities, science, engineering and especially in business. The computers in gov ernment,€law and medicine here the computer often assist governments in their pl anning, control and care of law enforcement. The professional health care are al so using computers to plan and control. For example, in the doctors strongly aff ected by the computer and that because of his work make use of such machines as a tool to be able to give an accurate diagnosis to their patients. In addition t o providing education to the educational process attributes such as a tireless p atience and availability at all times. Use can improve student's ability to thin k logically, develop problem-solving procedures and understand relationships. Fo r example, computer programs allow students to improve these skills by participa ting in exercises 7 within the classroom which simulate or approximate real-world experience. Curren tly using multiple computer systems to monitor patients in hospitals. Since moni tor patients who have just been operated on and so on. These patients are connec ted to devices monitored by computer sensors that detect abnormal danger quickly . On the other hand computers can help companies who choose to follow all the co mpetitive strategies. So some companies are increasingly introducing computer co mponents in the design of automobiles, appliances. household tools and other pro ducts to differentiate them from competition and get ahead of it. IMPACT OF COMP

UTER TECHNOLOGY IN THE CULTURE. CULTURE: • Development or improvement of the phy sical or intellectual or moral moral, through education. • Set of ideas, skills and habits that have become a human group and passed down from generation to gen eration. • Sum of behavioral traits and beliefs learned characteristics of the m embers of a society. LA culture is learned. INFORMATICS: The concept is broader than just the use of computer equipment or electronic processes. Its creation wa s motivated to give a less technocratic and less mechanistic concept of data pro cessing. Scientific systematic and effective treatment, especially by automatic machine made, the information referred to as a vehicle of human knowledge and co mmunication in the technical, economic and social. Computer culture. It means th at the personnel operating in automated systems must to know the basics of compu ter centers. This is to know the advantages gained in having support from a soft ware and hardware to evaluate barriers or resistance to any changes. Culture in societies characterized by a group of traits that make them distinct from others that we call culture. The company also is being forced to adjust to the evoluti on of computers, as this will create new jobs and living conditions. Computers f acilitate and enrich our lives: In which society has used the computer and their examples. • Music • Trade. • Medicine 8 Damage. Refusing to accept technological advances for fear of the unknown, or th e discontent in the knowledge that need training. Since it requires more prepara tion staff IMPLICATIONS OF COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY IN THE LANGUAGE. LANGUAGE: • Facu lty expressed through the spoken or written. • Language spoken by a people or ac tion. • way of expressing. • Style of each talk. Every day we learn a new aspect of the computer either by the media, reading specialist or simply by the daily experiences and is very common that we find terms whose meaning is unknown to us , leaving us this insurmountable gaps in understanding the issues . The use of c omputer technology has brought us to use words from other languages such as Engl ish, French, and the computer language we use everyday which can enrich our cult ure, or also at any given time, distort information or destroy our language depe nding a good or bad interpretation we make of these terms. Some terms that have enriched our language are: • Mouse • • E-mail Scanner • Cd-Rom • Hacker • Intern et There are terms that can cause confusion when interpreting a person who has n o computer skills: • Abort: stop as equals drastic a process or running on your computer. • Spider: A machine that automatically searches for information on the network.€• Butler: responsible for managing mailing lists. • Go: to explore the website by clicking on hyperlinks. • Network: A set of computers (2 or more) th at are linked through the communication elements. • Virus: A program whose instr uction is executed to cause any problems. IMPACT OF COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY IN THE I DEOLOGY IDEOLOGY: A branch of philosophical science that deals with the origin a nd classification of ideas, all the ideas that characterize a school or an autho r. Sean idealistic identified three approaches: 9 OPTIMISTIC ideological approach, it is argued that by using the computer to lead to greater freedom and individuality in a human environment and personalized an d that greater benefits than problems and discomfort. IDEOLOGICAL APPROACH Worst : They examine the opponents many applications that support the optimists and re ach the opposite conclusion that the use of computers will result. A domain of p eople as individuals and society (when humans have to compete with industrial ro bots, will provide the loss of jobs, security as well as his personal dignity). Example: You can install voice analyzers patterns in future computer education s ystems which could determine the identity of a person and his state of mind, emo tional stability, optimists point out that this voice analysis will allow the us er to determine if the student is discontent and nervous or encouraged to automa tically choose a learning program that meets the student's mood. This point is f ighting back the naysayers with the position of your privacy in danger. IDEOLOGI CAL APPROACH FROM ANOTHER POINT: He says the technology has been with mankind si nce its inception and now people are better educated and are more able to adapt

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