Category: Science and Technology

Technology, abbreviated by science and technology, generally refers to human use of machines, hardware, or man-made utensils, but it can also contain a wider range of architectures, such as systems, organizational methodologies, and techniques.Science (English: Scientific, Greek: επιστήμη) is a subject that, through empirical evidence, is attributed to phenomena (originally referred to as natural phenomena, which now refer to phenomena such as social phenomena).The knowledge derived from scientific activities is clearly conditional, can withstand testing and cannot contradict any known facts within the scope of application. Science and technology is the main body of knowledge evolution, shaped by society or shaping society.The proliferation of new technologies, such as computers, has led people to believe that technology is the decisive force for social evolution, in other words, it is the spontaneous driving force that drives change.