Today’s Internet can be compared to the human’s Central Nervous System, both are complicated networks.
The complexity of their appearance doesn’t just concludes, there is more to it. Medical experts are still astounded by the human CNS, doing whatever they can to search for drugs used to treat CNS disorder, even though the approach of modern empirical approach is more informed than what prehistoric scientists did, however the objective remains the same: to identify as fast as required whether a specific chemical agent displays drug-like characteristics of clinical importance.
Alongside, global digital networks faced similar problems, which has made us to question about the policies made by governments, businesses which are running online, and more. Over the time, technology has moved too fast and leaving a path of all directions for us to choose, same like how the information is being immersed all over the world because of the global network.
People are going with the flow, identifying and fixing the problems as they move along, rather than be aware or be conscious about the issues that may occur. Human body is organised so well that all of the systems works and controls us, however due to it’s complexity and the way it is designed naturally, whenever things go wrong, the solution to solve it is as complicated as the system itself.
Both medical experts and policy makers struggles in their own ways, for example medical specialists combat to discover the drug for the treatment of mental-sensory disorders, and the policy makers attempt to deal with controversies of freedom of speech and information flow.
Global network can be quite threatening for the elites (high class persons), and the well known business organizations. Freedom of speech is highly pushed in USA as a part of their commercial capitalist system, so their government has to think carefully about this issue.
Networks has become more and more important to the modern world, as they have the power, similar to the humans body- nervous system has enormous power over the body.
This quote is written by Robert Ingersoll: “We rise by lifting others”
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