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Canadian Businesses and Technology

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Canadian Businesses and Technology

Technological changes today, and in the near future, will be the

greatest influence on Business as we know it. With the development of

computers and robots, the requirements for many industries will fill up

extremely quickly. By having machines to perform complex and monotonous

operations by humans, industries will seek out their aid and most likely

affect the emplyoment rate both ways. There is no question that many

individuals will lose their jobs but at the same time new options will

arise. An example would be the development of the Telstat

Telecommunications satellite which opened the door for many unemployed

citizens who possessed the key ingredient to hold down such a job. This

ingredient would be based upon Toffler's thesis that information is the

most valuable aspect our lives and that wealth is insignificant compared to

the rewards of knowledge. There is an abudance of positions available to

Canadians that cannot be completed by computers (at least, for the time

being) and therefore, our standard of living and qualit...

In this essay, the author

  • Opines that technological changes today, and in the near future, will be thegreatest influence on business as we know it.
  • Analyzes how the telstattelecommunications satellite opened the door for many unemployedcitizens who possessed the key ingredient to hold down such a job.
  • Opines that technology will either be the blessing or curse for society in the future, depending on the position of our government.
  • Opines that deficit poses a severe problem in the country littered with natural resources and high education levels. inflation will not profit privatebusinesses if they are unable to compete with the demand from the public.
  • Opines that it is important for private business to avoid depleting theirassets in order to maintain a steady flow of provisions.
  • Opines that since canada is under the philosophy pertaining to democratic socialism, it seems unlikely that a significant change willoccur in the next few decades.
  • Opines that business in the canadian environment is escalating at a rate that will eventually see our products of technology forcing us out of an occupation.
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