Technology Advancing To Replace People

    May 14, 2007

The Internet is growing rapidly in many different formats. In an interview with WebProNews at the Web 2.0 Expo, Renat Khasanshyn of Apatar spoke with us about this growth and how it affects businesses.

Apatar is a company that integrates data and applications, provides data cleansing, and authorization capabilities to developers. They intend to provide services that are easy to implement and that save time for business owners.

Khasanshyn said the method businesses use when they develop applications is changing quickly. In five years, business owners are not going to have to hire a team of developers to design and implement their applications. Khasanshyn believes this growth is a result of new technology that makes everyone’s life easier.

Technology is progressing to a point of replacing people. Dr. Ronald Arkin of the Georgia Institute for Technology in Atlanta is working on a set of guidelines that could decide how robots can kill while in combat.

The United States Department of Defense desires to replace one-third of the armed vehicles and weaponry with robots by 2015. Although this is a serious twist to businesses utilizing technolgy, the core issue remains the same. Technology is evolving in every area and is changing the way businesses are run and even how wars are being fought.

Get all the details concerning these technology developments in our exclusive interview with Renat Khasanshyn.