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Volume 93, 20213rd International Scientific Conference on New Industrialization and Digitalization (NID 2020)
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|New Industrial Technologies and Innovations - The Imperative of New Industrialization and Digitalization
|12 January 2021
Technosphere-Urban Society and its Problems
Bryansk State Technical University, 241035 Bryansk, Russia
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The technosphere which is the artificial shell of the Earth can be considered the contemporary result of developing the society and the world as a whole. The technosphere, being a complex system, contains entire regions, urban agglomerations, industrial zones, industrial and domestic environments. New technospheric conditions include people’s living conditions in cities and industrial centres, production, transport and life amenities. As a consequence, the society from the primary biological becomes technospheric one, i.e. the society dominated by artificial components. When studying the technosphere-urban society, the author uses the methodology of the socio-natural approach, based on the works of V.I. Vernadsky about changing the biosphere by the scientifically organized human mind and forming the noosphere. The basis of this scientific approach to the world study is researching the society and nature, the Earth reality on the basis of their interconnected social and natural development. Technogenic changes taking place in the world (the growing role of the urbanized environment, genetic engineering, living organism cloning) are inevitable. The technosphere-urban society will be the society of the future, created by the technosphere and the global technological development.
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