Firstly it indicates that it is significant to

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the article include the following. Firstly, it indicates that it is significant to acknowledge that people are interested in being programmed for the maximization of profits. Most organizations are noted to be biased on their designs, and they endorse specific behaviors over others. Secondly, the hidden environmental and social technology costs should be recognized. The
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Surname 4 article notes that the digital society is based on energy and material intensive infrastructure; thus, this is termed to be essential and must be known to avoid further jeopardizing the lives of the current and future generations by encouraging severe environmental instability and associated social issues. Lastly, there will be continuous emergence of new networks of interconnected commons- based businesses in which sharing will not be aimed at maximizing profits, but in creating new forms of businesses that would empower increased collaboration, caring, and sharing internationally. Significantly, as the global community becomes aware of how their abundance depends on other people and the stability of the surrounding, many people will continue to see the commons-based businesses as the way of the future. This article shows how most people believe that the issues of scarcity can be solved by the use of more effective methods of production but not new technologies only.
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Surname 5 Works Cited Vasilis, Kostakis and Andreas, Roos. “New Technologies Won’t Reduce Scarcity, but Here’s Something That Might.” June 2018, hbr.org/2018/06/new-technologies-wont-reduce- scarcity-but-heres-something-that-might. Accessed 4 Dec. 2018.
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