Technology for Better Business in Society

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Sachin Kumar
Krishna Prasad K.
Aithal P. S.

Abstract

Purpose: Technology, in particular the interactions of Artificial intelligence (AI), big data, and the Internet of things (IoT), is accelerating its capacity to assist organisations in producing better results with less resources. The time it takes for a company to create a product and deliver it to a client can be sped up utilising technology while employing fewer humans. This section discusses concerns with needs-based, want-based, societal, and phantasmagorical desires. There is a bright future for technology to improve commerce in society. Here, difficulties faced by people are explored, and potential future developments are also looked at. Diverse technology generations as well as different business models and tactics have been addressed, as well as the impact of technology on society. Business and ICCT technology have been discussed, including the debate on nanotechnology and the technology adoption model.


Design/Methodology/Approach: Data have been taken independently and from research papers and primary and secondary sources.


Findings/Result:  This is a paper for technology over business model for doing Better Business in Society.


Originality/ValueThis paper provides an introductory discussion on the use of ICCT and Nanotechnology as general-purpose technology for Better Business in Society. A generic architecture is also available, which looks at Technology for Better Business in Society research proposals and is helpful for technical.


Paper Type: Exploratory research.

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Sachin Kumar, Krishna Prasad K., & Aithal P. S. (2022). Technology for Better Business in Society. International Journal of Philosophy and Languages (IJPL), 1(1), 117–144. Retrieved from https://srinivaspublication.com/journal/index.php/ijpl/article/view/1991
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