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  • Rising Taiwan-China and U.S.-China tensions have brought “more serious” challenges for the semiconductor industry, the chairman of Taiwanese chipmaker TSMC said on Wednesday.
  • Recent technological developments, including the printing press, the telephone, and the Internet have lowered communication barriers and ushered in the knowledge economy.
  • A 2017 survey found no clear consensus among economists on whether AI would increase long-term unemployment.
  • The relationship of technology with society is generally characterized as synergistic, symbiotic, co-dependent, co-influential, and co-producing, i.e. technology and society depend heavily one upon the other .
  • The advantages of copper tools over stone, bone, and wooden tools were quickly apparent to early humans, and native copper was probably used from near the beginning of Neolithic times (about 8000 B.C.E.).
  • After successfully organizing the 2nd ISSTEC on 2019 (), the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Universitas Islam Indonesia in 2021 will organize the 3rd ISSTEC 2021.

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Tool use was once considered a defining characteristic of the genus Homo. This view was supplanted after discovering evidence of tool use among chimpanzees and other primates, dolphins, and crows. For example, researchers have observed wild chimpanzees using basic foraging tools, pestles, levers, using leaves as sponges, and tree bark or vines as probes to fish termites. West African chimpanzees use stone hammers and anvils for cracking nuts, as do capuchin monkeys of Boa Vista, Brazil. Tool use is not the only form of animal technology use; for example, beaver dams, built with wooden sticks or large stones, are a technology with “dramatic” impacts on river habitats and ecosystems.

A Machine Learning-Based Solution Could Help Firefighters Circumvent Deadly Backdrafts

Nanotechnology will grant us the ability to manipulate matter “at the molecular and atomic scale”, which could allow us to reshape ourselves and our environment in fundamental ways. Nanobots could be used within the human body to destroy cancer cells or form new body parts, blurring the line between biology and technology. Autonomous robots have undergone rapid progress, and are expected to replace humans at many dangerous tasks, including search and rescue, bomb disposal, firefighting, and war. This was followed a century later by the Second Industrial Revolution which led to rapid scientific discovery, standardization, and mass production.

The event was held with the Chancellor and his staff who visited each faculty at ITS to hold regular meetings for the better development of ITS. The Leadership Meeting in September was held at the Electics Faculty, to be precise in room AJ-201, the Department of Electrical Engineering. The Faculty of Electrical Technology and Intelligent Informatics presents the work of F-ELECTICS students in the context of the opening of the 62nd Anniversary of ITS. The Information Systems Department is a stopover location of F-ELECTICS for the Rector and his entourage who are scheduled to tour nine faculties at ITS. The Rector and his entourage were greeted by the Kancet Ledo dance accompaniment by F-ELECTICS student representatives and the Vi-rose robot, a student-made robot.