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HUM 300 Complete Course Click below Link for Answer https://www.workbank247.com/q/hum-303-complete-course/141322 https://www.workbank247.com/q/hum-303-complete-course/141322 HUM 303 Week 1 Discussion Properties of Data Please respond to the following: ã In your own words explain what the textbook means by Inflection Point. Next, state three (3) reasons why you believe our society may currently be at an Inflection Point in regard to digital devices and data. ã Using your understanding of the term “Inflection Point” compare the Inflection Point of the development of electrical usage to that of the growth of digital data. Next, discuss three (3) changes in society you believe must occur for a completely digital world to emerge. ã View the videos titled “A Brief History of Data Storage Part 1 and Part 2” (found in Explore Activities too); then, based on these videos, select three (3) properties of data you found most interesting and summarize each of the three (3) in your own words. Next, provide one (1) specific example from your own experience for each property of data you chose. HUM 303 Week 2 Discussion Going Digital Please respond to the following: ã Ray Bradbury in his novel, Fahrenheit 451, envisions a world where the government attempts to control knowledge by taking away all books. If Bradbury’s depiction of this new world was real, discuss three (3) implications of this new policy. Next, briefly summarize what our culture would look like today if suddenly all digital information, news, social media, emails, etc. were cut off from our digital devices. Propose two (2) ways society would attempt to get this information; then, for each of your selected ways, predict the accuracy of the information being passed along. ã Based on your reading from Chapter 2, choose four (4) events that you believe were significant in digital advancement. Next, suggest two (2) reasons why you chose these events; then, propose two (2) reasons for each event as to why you believe each selected event is significant to digital advancement. ã View the article titled “Edward Snowden; The World Says No to Surveillance”, located in your course shell. Next, state three (3) of Snowden’s actions that could not have been completed in the past; then, analyze the significance of this story in regard to the handling of sensitive data in the future. Name three (3) changes you believe may occur in society as a result of Snowden’s actions. Which changes do you feel are most valuable for society moving forward? ã HUM 303 Week 2 Digital Technology Media Assignment 1 Review the provided article: ã The NSA and Snowden: Securing the All-Seeing Eye located - http://queue.acm.org/detail.cfm?id=2612261 ã Summarize the important points of the article and include: o The impact of this information on U.S. society and the world o Constitutionality issues ã Using critical thinking, address three (3) points made in the article and offer your reflective thoughts on these points. Note: This may include whether you agree / disagree, if you believe it is a good idea or not, possible consequences of the point you are addressing, etc. ã Address the future implications of the main points made by the NSA and Snowden in the article. HUM 303 Week 3 Discussion ã SSensors Please respond to the following: ã Based on the reading from Chapter 4, briefly summarize three (3) implications, benefits, or negative aspects that you believe will impact society in a future digital world where sensors are abundant and cheap. ã Name three (3) sensors in your phone, which you are most reliant upon, and then explain two (2) abilities this technology allows you to accomplish. Next, state two (2) technology capabilities that you believe would benefit you if placed into your smart phone; then, propose two (2) benefits these capabilities would offer you. ã Read the article titled “Facebook to Acquire Oculus”, found at http://newsroom.fb.com/news/2014/03/facebook-to-
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  HUM 300 Complete CourseClick below Link for Answerhttps://www.workbank2!.com/ /hum#303#complete#course/$$322https://www.workbank2!.com/ /hum#303#complete#course/$$322HUM 303 %eek $ &iscussion Properties of Data Please respond to the following: ã In your own words explain what the textbook means by Inflection Point. Next, state three! reasons why you belie#e our society may currently be at an Inflection Point in regard to digital de#ices and data. ã $sing your understanding of the term %Inflection Point& compare the Inflection Point of the de#elopment of electrical usage to that of the growth of digital data. Next, discuss three ! changes in society you belie#e must occur for a completely digital world to emerge. ã 'iew the #ideos titled %( )rief *istory of Data +torage Part  and Part -& found in xplore (cti#ities too/ then, based on these #ideos, select three ! properties of data you found most interesting and summari0e each of the three ! in your own words. Next, pro#ide one  specific example from your own experience for each property of data you chose. HUM 303 %eek 2 &iscussion 1oing Digital Please respond to the following: ã 2ay )radbury in his no#el, 3ahrenheit 45, en#isions a world where the go#ernment attempts to control knowledge by taking away all books. If )radbury6s depiction of this new world was real, discuss three ! implications of this new policy. Next, briefly summari0e what our culture would look like today if suddenly all digital information, news, social media, emails, etc. were cut off from our digital de#ices. Propose two - ways society would attempt to get thisinformation/ then, for each of your selected ways, predict the accuracy of the information being  passed along. ã )ased on your reading from 7hapter -, choose four 4 e#ents that you belie#e were significant in digital ad#ancement. Next, suggest two - reasons why you chose these e#ents/ then, propose two - reasons for each e#ent as to why you belie#e each selected e#ent is significant to digital ad#ancement. ã 'iew the article titled %dward +nowden/ 8he 9orld +ays No to +ur#eillance&, located inyour course shell. Next, state three ! of +nowden6s actions that could not ha#e been completed in the past/ then, analy0e the significance of this story in regard to the handling of sensiti#e data in the future. Name three ! changes you belie#e may occur in society as a result of +nowden6s actions. 9hich changes do you feel are most #aluable for society mo#ing forward   HUM 303 %eek 2 &i'ital (echnolo') Me*ia Assi'nment $   2e#iew the pro#ided article:  ã (he +,A an* ,now*en: ,ecurin' the All#,eein' -)e  located ; http:<<=ueue.acm.org<detail.cfmid>-?--? ã +ummari0e the important points of the article and include: ã 8he impact of this information on $.+. society and the world ã 7onstitutionality issues o $sing critical thinking, address three ! points made in the article and offer your reflecti#e thoughts on these points. Note: 8his may include whether you agree < disagree, if you  belie#e it is a good idea or not, possible conse=uences of the point you are addressing, etc. o (ddress the future implications of the main points made by the N+( and +nowden in the article. HUM 303 %eek 3 &iscussion ã ++ensors Please respond to the following: ã )ased on the reading from 7hapter 4, briefly summari0e three ! implications, benefits, or negati#e aspects that you belie#e will impact society in a future digital world where sensors are abundant and cheap. ã  Name three ! sensors in your phone, which you are most reliant upon, and then explain two - abilities this technology allows you to accomplish. Next, state two - technology capabilities that you belie#e would benefit you if placed into your smart phone/ then, propose two - benefits these capabilities would offer you. ã 2ead the article titled %3acebook to (c=uire @culus&, found at http:<<newsroom.fb.com<news<-A4<A!<facebook;to;ac=uire;oculus</ then, pro#ide a response where you predict tell me what you belie#e this future experience on 3acebook with #irtual reality looks like. In your response, be sure to talk about positi#e and negati#e implications of using #irtual reality within 3acebook. 3) did purchase @cculus and has already had a lawsuit, see my reply post.   HUM 303 %eek 3 &i'ital (echnolo') Me*ia Assi'nment 2&i'ital (echnolo') Me*ia Assi'nment 2 %eek 3 'iew the pro#ided #ideo: ã 8he 2ole of +ensors in @ur Daily Bi#es: lecated https:<<www.youtube.com<watch#>aCsw+;P3s ã +ummari0e the important points of the #ideo and include: ã 8he specific ways sensor technology is being used today ã 8he specific ways sensor technology can be used in the future ã 7urrent benefits from sensors ã 8he potential impact that sensors will afford society in the future o $sing critical thinking, address three ! points made in the #ideo and offer your reflecti#e thoughts on these points.  o  Note: 8his may include whether you agree < disagree, if you belie#e it is a good idea or not, possible conse=uences of the point you are addressing, etc. ã HUM 303 %eek  &iscussion Impact of Digital Information Please respond to the following: ã In 7hapter 5, 3irst @rder ffects are described as the initial effect of digiti0ing information on society. $sing your textbook, determine what +econd @rder ffects refer to/ then,suggest three ! unintended conse=uences of this de#elopment. @f your three ! unintended conse=uences, which one do you feel is most significant Eustify your response. ã Data breaches of businesses and the go#ernment ha#e been in the news and other media labeled as what is known as %hacking&. $sing the Internet and +trayer databases find an article online regarding a specific example of business or go#ernment hacking. Next, pro#ide a responsethat addresses the following elements: who, what, where, when, why and the results of the data intrusion. (t the end of your response, be sure to include the significance of your selected example on society. ã +peculate on three ! ways that the instantaneity and efficiency of digital information will impact healthcare, agricultural shortages, retail in#entories, or personal spending. Next, imagine you are forming a business. Propose three ! ways you would use digital technology within your business/ then, for each way you proposed, pro#ide a rationale as to why you electedto use that technology within your business. HUM 303 %eek  Assi'nment $ (he -olution of &ata Due 9eek 4 and worth 5A pointsIn our course so far, we ha#e taken a #oyage helping us to understand the de#elopment of data within the human experience dating from man6s earliest in#ention of language and writing to the in#ention of the Internet. In doing so, we ha#e also learned the properties of data can resemble a li#ing organism. 9ith this foundational understanding, we then obser#ed how all information is now becoming digital from inception to storage and transmission. 8his assignment is pro#ided tohelp you re#iew what has been discussed thus far in the course as you  consider the current digital re#olution, - reflect upon the ad#ances taking place, and ! anticipate changes < implications to come in the future.9rite a three to fi#e !;5 page paper in which you:.@utline the e#olution of data across the scope of human history.-.Identify three ! ways you belie#e digital technology can affect society.!.(ddress the following topics from your text and other sources featured thus far in this course:a. ,ensors  i.Discuss the purpose of sensors in your own words.ii.Name two - types of sensors you utili0e/ then, describe how you use each of those sensors in your life.iii.+uggest two - impacts and two - implications of using sensors within society now and in the future. b. (he 1nternet of (hin's i.Define in your own words what is meant by the phrase Internet of 8hings. Pro#ide two - examples of this concept in your definition.ii.+uggest two - impacts and two - implications of using the Internet now and in the future.c. &rierless Cars i.Pro#ide insight into the use of autonomous #ehicles used today.ii.)riefly summari0e one to two F;-G paragraphs the stages re=uired to  pro#ide the full implementation of these #ehicles.iii.+uggest three ! current challenges being faced by manufacturers to get this initiati#e fully operational in the future. Next, which of your chosen challenges do you belie#e is the hardest to o#ercome Eustify your response.i#.+peculate two - potential benefits and two - potential issues that may arise when dealing with this initiati#e.4. Present your philosophy of how the future will be impacted by the transformation of society toward a complete digital future. @ffer two - positi#e and two - negati#e aspects for digital transformation of the future.5. 3ormat your assignment according to the following formatting re=uirements:a.8yped, double spaced, using 8imes New 2oman font si0e -, with one;inch margins on all sides. b.Include a co#er page containing the title of the assignment, the students name, the  professors name, the course title, and the date. 8he co#er page is not included in the re=uired page length.c.Include a reference page. 7itations and references must follow (P( format. 8he reference page is not included in the re=uired page length.
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