With more and more developments being made with technology, it is becoming more and more common for people all around the world to become addicted to it. Technology is intriguing, incising, and offers a world of unique possibilities to people of all different ages, backgrounds, and cultures. Definition: A circumstance or event that has or indicates the potential to exploit vulnerabilities and to adversely impact (create adverse consequences for) organizational operations, organizational assets (including information and information systems), individuals, other organizations, or society.
In this, these philosophers are almost all openly critical of technology: all things considered, they tend to have a negative judgment of the way technology has affected human society and culture, or at least they single out for consideration the negative effects of technology on human society and culture.
In addition, with every increase in productivity and ability to deliver complex systems and infrastructure, the bar is raised again on the definition of success to deliver even more complex systems faster, meeting customer functional and non-functional requirements with predictable schedules and costs.
More recently, modern works of science fiction such as those by Philip K. Dick and William Gibson and films such as Blade Runner and Ghost in the Shell project highly ambivalent or cautionary attitudes toward technology’s impact on human society and identity.
The practical geometry of the artisan is even the opposite of the real science because it is a geometry of the things that become, that come into being, while geometry as such is a science of being qua being, of the incorruptible: If geometry compels the soul to study being, it’s appropriate, but if it compels the soul to study becoming it’s inappropriate” (526e).