Is Technology Really Progressing Everywhere?
Each and every day, millions of people are affected by a growing technology gap. Many industries and social issues still operate the way they did twenty to thirty years ago. Correctional facilities are just one example of the many technology gaps we are experiencing today. We have inmates committing suicide, counties using antiquated systems for critical information, and millions who have simply lost hope. We have developed innovations that could help millions of people in difficult situations, yet we haven’t applied them on a meaningful scale.
There are many individuals and industries that don’t even know what is possible with technology. It is said you are only as strong as your weakest link, and our technological development shouldn’t be any different. If everyone can work to take someone or some industry’s technology to the next level, or to simply inform those without it what is available to them, then we can accomplish something truly wonderful. When the day comes where we have closed technology gaps in every aspect of our society, we will have ultimately created the community, the country, and the world we all dream of living in.
Ethan Aldrich has years of experience in software development, having worked on many projects ranging from Web Applications, Desktop Programs, Biometrics, Ecommerce, Web Design, and IOS and Android Applications. Through his self taught programming experience, Ethan has built many projects from the ground up for a wide range of industries.
Ethan is founder of UNIT Innovations and leads planning, integration, development, and implementation of all technology systems, building and maintaining scalable software platforms for the public safety industry. Having worked in the public safety industry for over three years, Ethan has seen the problems that have arisen from the lack of modern technology and is working to solve these problems each and every day. As a creative technology enthusiast, Ethan is dedicated to using technology to innovate and reform.
Ethan has a passion for closing society’s widening technology gaps, and is working to spread his interest to others in hopes of one day solving these problems for a better future.
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