“Any sufficiently advanced technology is equivalent to magic” by Arthur C. Clarke is indeed a true statement. Technology has touched many advanced levels. Human interference to make their work simpler has helped technology pave its way. Be it then, now & ahead, technology has shown real advancements.
Joti Statovci has been working towards building the economy through his knowledge of Forex trading. He has denied going through a generic lifestyle of working 9-5 jobs instead chose building his career into trading. He shares his thoughts regarding the graph of technological development:
“Technology came into play when we first were able to send a mail without physically
passing it or when we used our phones to communicate. Technology made it simpler for people to keep going irrespective of distance and time. From inventing the world web to introducing programming languages, technology then set its path right. I am glad that I was born with the facility to use technology and maybe that is one of the reasons I was able to self educate myself into trading.”
“My life wouldn’t have been the same if I were not doing forex trading. Technology made it easy now to do my business online. Similarly, Pandemic also was able to introduce to the world the capability of advanced technology. From zoom meetings to trading online, everything went smoothly with the help of technology. For many the pandemic put the economy at stake; however, I believe that it got many leaders into play who used technology to build their work from home during tough times.”
“The future holds a lot if we happen to use technology the right way. Every day brings in new inventions in technology and this indicates a great future ahead. However, I also believe that there are people out there who are also misusing the power of technology. This is where education and security come into play. Any new invention goes through loopholes, but to keep going we need to be educating ourselves to safeguard our interests. Technology is only going to make us stronger because no human can be.
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