Technology and development

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How is technology used in developed countries in relation to developing countries
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  • ToddN2000
    I would think it depends on what you are trying to do and if the infrastructure and staffing needs are there to support it. For example you can't build a data center if there is no high speed broadband. Is this just a general question or were you looking for some specifics to a real world issue ? 
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  • Kafwimbi
    Its a general question.
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  • Subhendu Sen

    Technology & Development they both are dependent each other. Without developing technology can not spread. Also Technology requires high quality experts & solid infrastructures for running successfully & utilizing its full resource. For using high end technology it needs high amount of money. Poor countries do not effort to achieve these technologies for their poverty.

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  • TheRealRaven
    Since an answer would need to be book-length in order to be useful, it doesn't seem like a good question for this forum. The answer should be found through research rather than by asking someone else to do the research and report results.
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