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Nowadays, we are looking into the Innovation Process, aren’t we?”

Image a scene from real life. You are in a local cafe on a high street. People are right over you, drinking coffee. Some people here talk with friends, and others use their cell phones. There appear to be a few people working, reviewing their notebook computers, scribbling notes. An internet lounge has been built in the corner of the coffee shop. A few teens chuckle at a post in a chat room at one side, while an elderly gentleman looks for something on the Internet at another table. Through the vision as a technologist from around 100 years ago, just assume the same scenario. During the twentieth century, technology and culture might evolve is what they thought about. Any features of the scene would be recognizable, setting aside his annoyance at not seeing any speeding cars nor praising the beauty of the alluring nature. People also drink coffee and speak as they did in 1906, but it could be shocking to really see the number of coffees, the diversity of accents and languages, and the combination of races and ethnicities. The awareness that some of the persons are still employed in a sporting atmosphere might also be startling. The technologist had probably assumed that the working week would only last a few hours at this phase. 


You have, however, established that technological transition can entail varying degrees of innovation and have seen the influence on the socio-economic environment. Small-scale developments include gradual advances at the lowest stage, from a business making the development process more effective or making modifications to an existing product in response to customer input, to an inventor coming up with an invention that enhances existing products. These advancements do not have a significant effect on the population that uses them, but they contribute to gradual increases in production productivity and product selection, reliability, and efficiency. Perhaps most surprising would be the technical methods most individuals appear to be using. Unless, the technologist is sufficiently affluent, in the early years of the twentieth century, about seven percent of London households had a telephone. Yet most of these people of the twenty-first century claim to have personal wireless pocket-size communicators that they can use to relay information or communicate to everyone in the world anytime. I will take a wide look at the mechanism of creativity, to sum up, this segment. Innovation can be thought about at multiple degrees of generalization. There are individual stages that inventions go through, also called phases, from discovery to diffusion. Each full collection of phases for a community of similar technologies can be seen as a wave at a higher level of inductive reasoning. These increase awareness close together often and combine to have a groundbreaking effect. Technical complexity is limited during the development process, industry-wide norms emerge, and dominant designs evolve. This leads to an increase in production, which supports two by investment in improved production facilities. For enterprises, the emphasis often shifts on make improvements that separate their services from that of their rivals. Unique resource states that with the mature period, the history of a single manufacturing field does not generally end. Through further phases of technological transition, evolution will move on. Radical innovations may also come from within or outside the field of the industry or from cooperation with other sectors at times. The tendency is for industries to become more firmly established in subsequent waves of innovation, with entrenched businesses and fixed delivery networks, both of which decrease the likelihood of more transformative innovation or massive corporate restructuring. The following thing that happens sometimes is that a technological breakthrough arises along and starts a whole new surge. 


Ultimately, I agree that our ties with innovation, accelerate the rate of transition and sophistication. As we getting to know about new inventions, it provides a vast movement for us, as a student to take such initiatives and utilize our knowledge to create a change. Moreover, there is a degree of transition that has a significant consequence on almost every part of the economy and also on the way society recognizes itself. Most experts term this ‘Revolution of Technology’, although others label it as an economic revolution. Innovations of steam power contributed to industrialization and people going home to work in the mills form the first digital advance. The invention of the telephone made a breakthrough change from sending signals right from neighborhood to communication overseas. Moreover, political campaigns learned how to fine-tune their tactics, analysts where technology began to become more effective and dominant. For example, the 2020 US presidential election season that was historic, taking place amid a global pandemic, held and examined by Advanced computing capabilities impact on the political process of America, exposing how the election was influenced by a variety of emerging technology where callers excitedly dialed in their votes, Croak, an engineer with AT&T (American Telephone & Telegraph Company) at the time, worked behind the scenes to make sure the system hosting the voting didn’t collapse. Finally, also noted that these inventions reform the prevailing technology, methods of production, and related social systems that often define an era. Future revolutions were built on electrical, biological, mechanical, microelectronic, hardware, biotechnological, and availability of skilled invention. Inventions not only created a change to world but made a challenge to the upbringing generations of how the people then, can create to compete with each other in order to remark themselves and be part of the upcoming modernized revolution.

Written By:

Joseph Albert D Costa

University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB)

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