“Technology remains a human creation, and we have the power to determine its future course.”

| March 31, 2017

Question
Answer each question with a minimum of 80 words per question:

1) “Technology remains a human creation, and we have the power to determine its future course.” How are some ways a “knowledgeable citizenry” can affect this course? In what arena that we have discussed do you see the “next big idea” occurring?

2) Very few elected officials in America have professional training in science or technology. Does this inhibit the effective governance of science and technology? Do you think that the American government would be substantially different if most senators and congresspersons previously worked as scientists or engineers instead of as lawyers, as is the case today?

3) Can you think of any potentially important technologies that have languished because they have lacked political support? How could they gain this support?

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