Technology has revolutionized society in countless ways; technology allowed early humans to grow their very own food, navigate the open oceans, inform time, and connect society on a worldwide scale. The transition from handbook to technological strategies of solving issues happened just because counting on technology makes work simpler. This lesson discusses these developments in technology, and supplies an overview of what technology is. Technology, the appliance of scientific knowledge to the sensible aims of human life or, as it’s generally phrased, to the change and manipulation of the human environment. This was followed a century later by the Second Industrial Revolution which led to rapid scientific discovery, standardization, and mass production. New applied sciences have been developed, including sewage techniques, electrical energy, mild bulbs, electrical motors, railroads, vehicles, and airplanes.
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