What technology do you find most beneficial to use in your work or school setting? Least beneficial? Why do you find this tool useful or not? Then, using your imagination, look to the future and think about how this tool could be enhanced even further. Describe your dream technology, with consideration for patient care and safety.
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The technology that I find has been most beneficial in my work or social setting is our cellphones. The cellphone that I speak of is the Apple iPhone. I am not being bias because I work with apple but their overall contribution to society with this technology has been great.
To continue, the cell phone has brought us vast ways to communicate with friends and family all over the world. We can also share photos, videos with family. Facetime which helps us see that person in real time. For example, using facetime, we can join in and sing our family member happy birthday even if we were not actually present at the event. Secondly, we are able to send documentations, download apps, retrieve information from the internet that can assist us just like a computer. Cellphones also comes in all sizes depending on the person preference.
Lastly, the iPhone also values your privacy and helps you locate where your family and friends are using the touch of a button. The cellphone comes with its own find my friends app, so whenever you need someone to know where you are, assistance is on your device if needed.
Chong,(2014) noted Apple iPhone is unquestionably the most popular cell phone used by the blind. Apple’s revolutionary breakthrough in providing a roadmap for making the touchscreen usable by the blind has earned it significant praise from the blind, The iPhone demonstrates conclusively that the blind can operate a touchscreen device that has been properly designed for nonvisual use.
In conclusion , My dream technology would be a machine that patients can enter, and it will automatically tell us what part of the body is being affected and some methods that we can implement.
resources: Chong, C. (2014, June). Knowing What Is Good About the iPhone and What Is Not. https://nfb.org//sites/default/files/images/nfb/publications/bm/bm14/bm1406/bm140608.htm (Links to an external site.).