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Gigi3
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8/13/2014 | 1:59:55 AM
Re: nifty, but not likely
"sorry for not clearing my point. It was actually written in context with some areas in our country where few influentials devoid others of this right."

Nomii, thanks for the clarification.
nomii
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nomii,
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8/11/2014 | 12:52:30 AM
Re: nifty, but not likely
@Gigi sorry for not clearing my point. It was actually written in context with some areas in our country where few influentials devoid others of this right.
Gigi3
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8/11/2014 | 12:34:49 AM
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"I believe that human development are purposefully kept in a dark in some areas. I believe that tech is right of every individual and it should be developed with that basic premise in mind."

Nomii, tech is right of every individual, no doubt about that. am not getting what you meant by "I believe that human development are purposefully kept in a dark in some areas"
nomii
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8/8/2014 | 10:28:39 AM
Re: nifty, but not likely
@Gigi I believe that human development are purposefully kept in a dark in some areas. I believe that tech is right of every individual and it should be developed with that basic premise in mind.
Gigi3
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8/7/2014 | 12:09:24 AM
Re: nifty, but not likely
"I agree but rhere is still room for way forward. I believe that people in the under developed countries are not much aware of its benefits and need to be taken a board. I believe that the tech developed should be for the purpose of human development not destruction."

Nomii, yes you are right and agreed. Such initiatives have to be address at government level because infrastructure developments are carrying out at various government level departments.
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8/4/2014 | 2:35:27 AM
Re: nifty, but not likely
@Gigi I agree but rhere is still room for way forward. I believe that people in the under developed countries are not much aware of its benefits and need to be taken a board. I believe that the tech developed should be for the purpose of human development not destruction.
Gigi3
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Gigi3,
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8/4/2014 | 2:17:11 AM
Re: nifty, but not likely
"absolutely. I think advantage of tech invreases many folds by having video conferencing. I think it can be used as a tool to carry out specialized operations with consent of specialists sitting thousands of mile away in a time sensitive case. I hope robots will be a major way forward in case of extremely sensitive"

Nomii, telemedicine is very common in under developing countries due to the lack of specialists. This will help for that.
Gigi3
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8/4/2014 | 2:15:54 AM
Re: nifty, but not likely
"It also does'nt help that these are relatively well paying jobs back in US & Europe today and with increasing amount of Unemployment here they tend to raise all kinds of Anti-Outsourcing Backlash."

Asish, you are right.
StaceyE
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7/31/2014 | 11:22:06 AM
Re: Where's the paperwork robot?
@ David

The barfing robot sounds intriguing...I guess the benefits would outweigh the sheer grossness of it... ;)
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7/30/2014 | 12:01:14 AM
Re: Interaction
@Broadway- Ha! I think he meant nice robots. :)
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