It is apparent that as years go by technology has always progressed Technology

It is apparent that as years go by technology has

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technology we have presently compared to the past. It is apparent that as years go by, technology has always progressed. Technology will only continue to develop because the cost of it will never expire. In Marx’s statement, he emphasized that in the early 1900s, there was barely enough “tech” to even be outlined under “Technology” in their databases. This shows us how much we have advanced today! Nevertheless, that gradually change over the course of years as people continue to cultivate more and more ideas. To sum up, I have confidence in that technology will never stop progressing as the demands of people are growing. “Consider, once again, automotive technology. Its defining, indispensable material core was of course the internal combustion engine, plus - naturally - the rest of the automobile chassis. But surely the technology also includes the mechanized assembly lines, the factories, the skilled work-force, the automotive engineers, the engineering knowledge, the corporate structures including the stockholders and the huge capital investments, and the networks of dealers and repair facilities. (Marx, p. 575). This is another statement from Marx I feel is very important in our current automotive technology. I can relate to this matter as I am a car enthusiast. I work with and have a lot of
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