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EFFECTS OF COMPUTERISATION. INTRODUCTION. FAST CHANGES HUMAN MIND MORE CONVENIENCE PROFESSIONALS DEPEND ON COMPUTERS EVEN NON-PROFESSIONALS- ENTERTAINMENT AND COMMUNICATION AT HOME. DEPENDENCE. SOCIETY DEPENDS ON COMPUTERS E.G.- FINANCIAL WORLD. COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY.

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introduction
INTRODUCTION
  • FAST CHANGES
  • HUMAN MIND
  • MORE CONVENIENCE
  • PROFESSIONALS DEPEND ON COMPUTERS
  • EVEN NON-PROFESSIONALS- ENTERTAINMENT AND COMMUNICATION AT HOME
dependence
DEPENDENCE
  • SOCIETY DEPENDS ON COMPUTERS
  • E.G.- FINANCIAL WORLD
commerce and industry
COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY
  • The shopping centres, the financial world of banking, insurance and credit companies.
  • Industrial organisations: steel, chemical and oil companies:

own internal administration and actual control of the plant processes, in extremes of cold, and in dirty and noisy atmospheres

education and amdinistration
EDUCATION AND AMDINISTRATION
  • Form of teaching is known as computer-assisted instruction (CAI) and computer-assisted learning (CAL).
  • Civil Service aids the government in applying the laws of the country; local County Halls: administration of street lighting, refuse collection, housing, road maintenance, local laws etc.
transportation other professions
TRANSPORTATION, OTHER PROFESSIONS
  • Land, sea and air transportation and also traffic systems
  • The law, medicine, libraries, the armed forces and many other professions and working environments
individuals
INDIVIDUALS
  • The motorist, the air passenger, some hospital patients, the shopper in any large store, everyone who pays for rates, electricity, telephone or gas has their bills processed by computers.
  • Most people who receive a weekly or monthly salary: salary slips generated by computers.
why society is dependent upon computers
Why Society is Dependent upon Computers
  • Ability to calculate (computer): speed, accuracy, consistency
  • Processing Information: ability to record and store information, process that information, and reproduce the information efficiently. For quick decisions.
disadvantages
DISADVANTAGES
  • Privacy of Personal Information
  • Unemployment ( new jobs also created. Use computer for dull and repetitive tasks, use people for creative and challenging work)
  • Technology Gap (poor countries)
micro electronics
Micro-electronics
  • washing machines
  • microwave ovens
  • petrol pumps
  • pocket calculators
  • digital watches
  • re­frigerators
  • word processing machines
  • point-of-sale device
  • many computer peripherals, in military and space applications, and in aircraft
some applications of microcomputers
Some Applications of Microcomputers
  • Small organisations (lawyers, accountants, doctors)
  • Industries (automated assembly process)
  • Robotics for the disabled
the future home computers
The Future Home Computers
  • Breakfast, telephone calls, notes to reminds us
  • Working from Home (shop, CAL)
  • The Electronic Office
  • Artificial Intelligence (capability to reason, to make judgments, and even to learn. E.g. diagnosing lung diseases, locating mineral deposits, and deciding where to drill oil wells.)
  • Great political and social revolution
robotics
ROBOTICS
  • Advantages

Increase productivity, Accuracy, Reliability, Flexibility situations, Quality, Speed, Efficiency

  • Disadvantages

Initially expensive, Unemployment, Can cope with only particular aims, Need special maintenance

conclusion
CONCLUSION
  • NO HUMAN CONTACT
  • HIGH WAGES FROM CLERKS
  • The future does not depend so much on computers but upon our use of computers
  • Decide when to use computers and when not to use them.