Invention and innovation Invention is a term frequently used in the context of innovation. Invention signifies “creating something new that has never existed before”. Invention need not to satisfy any valuable customer need and need not include the exploitation of the concept in the marketplace. Innovation varies from invention in that it is more than the making of something novel; it is also incorporates the exploitation for benefit by adding value to the customers. Invention is frequently measured as the ability to patent an idea.
Although early studies contributed pertinent elements for analysis of public investment in the cultural sector, they omitted the maze of cultural industries, and their impact on economic growth and on the way in which the public experienced new cultural manifestations. For its part, the point made regarding the important additional contribution of cultural industries to the productive system implied that cultural policy actions needed to cover a broader spectrum, but said nothing further regarding the survival capability of forms that did not necessarily find a market niche. Finally, the realities of a continent such as the American continent, where the development of the cultural industry have not entail the destruction of traditional cultures, although it has entail its transformation and rearrangement, sets a challenge in the conception of culture from a mere cultural industry stand point. The evidence of the production of culture from an industrial level cannot leave behind other sectors that have manage to subsist and readapt in this specific modernity of our continent, such as the hand crafted art or the immense intangible heritage generated by customs and knowledge particular to our richness and multiplicity of ethnic groups and
Western civilization and industrialization brought this to whole world through uncontrolled exploitation of resources. To Gandhi, nature is a sine qua non of existence and if interfered with, it would be at cost of its existence. He was not an environmentalist to analyze cause and consequences of environment degradation, but was a believer in remedy rather than cure. He was a propounder of kind of life which will never lead to environmental problems, today what we call as sustainable development. And these ideas of him made him to say, 'Nature can serve man 's need but not greed. '
In the past few decades, there has been a decrease in the value of tangible assets and traditional financing mechanisms. In contrast, the intangible assets, intellectual property rights, have progressively gained popularity and worthiness over the period of time. Intellectual property rights which consist of copyright, trademarks and patents are the significant assets of the companies as they can generate profitability for the corporations. In the UK, a patent may only be granted for an invention that is novel, inventive and capable of industrial application. On the other hand, in the USA, a patent is issued for useful, novel and non-obvious invention and process that is not laws of nature, abstract ideas, or natural phenomena.
The right to scientific development are now fundamental to any human being. If scientific innovations take place and its benefits are restricted to the research, or a particular country or a certain class or if it is unaffordable for a large section of society, then it is not worth. Scientific research is not only for intellectual pursuit, satisfaction and fame, but also for the larger public utility. Information and Communication Technology and Human Rights: Technology and its benefits are extracted for many purposes in day to day life. The technological advancement has facilitated internet and communication technology growth, which in turn has changed the entire scheme of research.
Life will not exist without these microorganisms because despite the fact that some of them threaten us with a disease, the number of benefits that it can provide outnumbers its bad effects. Yes, that’s right! Not all microbes are bad to our health or expose a danger to organisms but rather help them in the survival of the species. These microorganisms can be used in the field of Medicine, Environment, Industry, and Agriculture that improves the quality of life. Some people are unaware of this advantages that microbes do, because they already planted to their minds that microbes are bad and can only do harm to such innocent organisms.
Ancient scientists used their predecessors ' theories to develop what we call great innovations today. If it was not for the advancement in technology, the platform to infinity imagination would not be created. Anyway, despite that nice and sweet introduction about Modern Technology, it actually confused everyone whether they bring advantages or disadvantages to us human being? Well, obviously technology do have many advantages but they are more to disadvantages. Therefore, I agree on technology bring hindrance to us human being as it slowly damaged our truly nature.
It seemed like after Pollock nothing else could be done, it seemed as if he had come up with the last new invention and the art world was now saturated. To think about art in these terms is quite depressing. Yet we still managed to create more innovative art. The same way modern art was truly and deeply influenced by the innovations of the Industrial Revolution, which profoundly also affected culture and the socio-economical situation, the contemporary world is very much influenced by 3D printers, graphic design computer
According to historian Louis Gerteis, a revolution produces a “fundamental change, in “forms of economic and social organization”. Currently, within Science and Technology, no social revolution has taken place. I think part of the problem today is stemmed from the elastic meaning of the word “revolution.” The term is often thrown around with careless abandon. The concept has almost become trivialized. In our own time we have lived through the technological revolution, the cybernetic revolution, the sexual revolution, the black revolution, the green revolution, the feminist revolution, the youth revolution, the paperback revolution, and the revolution of rising expectations, to name a few.
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