Is it a tool, or a toy? How science becomes entertainment
No one can ever be 100 percent sure on how technology will be used. Guglielmo Marconi, for example, expected the radio to become a tool for ship-to-shore communication, not a form of entertainment. And early computers were designed to study the weather, and processes within nuclear explosions.
The computers built in the 1940s and 1950s were about the size of a truck, and at the time nobody could have ever envisioned that teenagers would be sitting down to them for “social networking.” When you look at technology, think of entertainment. You may see applications no one has thought of yet.
Remember, Don’t be a victim!