64 New Technologies Quotes On Success In Life

These new technologies quotes will inspire you. New technologies, any set of productive techniques which offer a significant improvement (whether measured in terms of increased output or savings in costs) over the established technology for a given process in a specific historical context.

A collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging new technologies quotes, new technologies sayings, and new technologies proverbs.

Best New Technologies Quotes

  1. “The various roles we incorporate into the criminal justice system as well as the ways in which we construe such roles, lend themselves to the kind of ethical reflection that is open to us all. That said, once we have determined roles and their contours, those who act within them may have special duties and privileges that others may lack. Specific roles may generate ethical inquiries with novel forms, just as new technologies may push us in new directions.” ~ John Kleinig
  2. “You can get an audience, you can get followers all over the world and there’s great power and excitement in those connections but there also is grave danger of misinterpretation, sometimes something can be incendiary and we also see what I think of as an arms race between these new technologies that allow for expression and communication and then new methods of surveillance and suppression.” ~ Suzanne Nossel
  3. “These new technologies try to make virtual reality more powerful than actual reality, which is the true accident. The day when virtual reality becomes more powerful than reality will be the day of the big accident. Mankind never experienced such an extraordinary accident.” ~ Paul Virilio
  4. “The current state of architecture and design requires extensive collaboration and an investigative attitude and we continue to research and develop new technologies.” ~ Zaha Hadid

  5. “Unfortunately, we have a 50% unemployment rate among our urban youth of color. It’s not about making green jobs more attractive. It’s about making them more available. And that requires Congress passing legislation that will give a real break to the people who want to introduce new technologies to the American marketplace.” ~ Van Jones
  6. “With all the new technology, DVD’s, Blu-Ray’s, NetFlex, everyone has access to older movies. There is a new generation now of Freddy fans. Fathers that saw the movie originally, these guys are dads now, and they let their kids watch them.” ~ Robert Englund
  7. “When thinking about how to deploy kind of professional and social networking into your business, it’s really not a question of if, it’s a question of when. And the reason is, just think about the fact that those businesses that adopt new technologies to operate efficiently and use them to get a competitive edge are the businesses that in fact, you know, it becomes one more competitive advantage. Whether it’s a fax machine or a mobile phone or a new way of doing financing or any of these things, you know, these are key things to do.” ~ Reid Hoffman
  8. “It’s creating things that make enough money to create resources to generate new technologies to have those technologies to generate more resources so I can make more things happen.” ~ Reggie Watts

  9. “In a world of scarce resources, globalization without new technology is unsustainable.” ~ Peter Thiel
  10. “I think people tend to be worried about every new technology that comes along.” ~ Mark Zuckerberg
  11. “Please believe in THE POWER OF ONE.  One person can make an enormous difference in the world. One person – actually, one idea – can start a war, or end one, or subvert an entire power structure. One discovery can cure a disease or spawn new technology to benefit or annihilate the human race. You as ONE individual can change millions of lives. Think big. Do not limit your vision and do not ever compromise your dreams or ideals.” ~ Iris Chang
  12. “It’s a fact that more people watch television and get their information that way than read books. I find new technology and new ways of communication very exciting and would like to do more in this field.” ~ Stephen Covey

  13. “What new technology does is create new opportunities to do a job that customers want done.” ~ Tim O’Reilly
  14. “There can be infinite uses of the computer and of new age technology, but if teachers themselves are not able to bring it into the classroom and make it work, then it fails.” ~ Nancy Kassebaum
  15. “If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door.” ~ Milton Berle
  16. “Furthermore, we believe that health care reform, again I said at the beginning of my remarks, that we sent the three pillars that the President’s economic stabilization and job creation initiatives were education and innovation – innovation begins in the classroom – clean energy and climate, addressing the climate issues in an innovative way to keep us number one and competitive in the world with the new technology, and the third, first among equals I may say, is health care, health insurance reform.” ~ Nancy Pelosi
  17. “For any new technology there is always controversy and there always some fear associated with it. I think that’s just the price of being first sometimes.” ~ Hugh Grant

  18. “I’m a great believer in new technology and I think new technology is very scary for newspaper companies.” ~ James Packer
  19. “The over-all point is that new technology will not necessarily replace old technology, but it will date it. By definition. Eventually, it will replace it. But it’s like people who had black-and-white TVs when color came out. They eventually decided whether or not the new technology was worth the investment.” ~ Steve Jobs
  20. “If you look at the various strategies available for dealing with a new technology, sticking your head in the sand is not the most plausible strategy.” ~ Ralph Merkle
  21. “Living well is the best revenge.If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door.” ~ Max Eastman

  22. You can go overboard in how quickly you might expect new technologies to transform people’s lives. But I very much believe the way software is used, the way information gets distributed, will be dramatically different within 10 years. There is fire to go with all this smoke.” ~ Bill Gates
  23. “It is the framework which changes with each new technology and not just the picture within the frame.” ~ Marshall McLuhan
  24. “The system of nature, of which man is a part, tends to be self-balancing, self-adjusting, self-cleansing. Not so with technology.” ~ E. F. Schumacher
  25. “The new information technology… Internet and e-mail… have practically eliminated the physical costs of communications.” ~ Peter Drucker

  26. “These days, I find it harder to listen to really trebly lo-fi recordings. At the same time, without the old limitations, these new technologies require self control. So much of the software seems to be about correcting imperfections – quantizing, Auto-tune – and, to me, those corrections can really drain the life out of a performance.” ~ Michael Dumontier
  27. “And there are some – Bernie [Ecclestone] and others – who are embracing new technologies. When Sky UK started to broadcast there was an argument that audience would come down because it is pay TV. But the actual quality of the production and the use of technology and the engagement of the viewer is much better than it ever was. The product is simply better.” ~ Martin Sorrell
  28. “We are very concerned all the time with figuring out new technologies and advances in science, but really [while] our future is dependent on science and progress, it’s not less dependent on the way we treat each other.” ~ Michal Rovner

  29. “There are certain things I am clueless about as far as the new technologies. I see these people in front of these computers all day and I don’t know what they are doing – they are doing something, obviously – with Facebook, Instagram and all that. I am aware of it, but basically not in touch.” ~ Robert De Niro
  30. “It all started in India in the late 60s when I began helping my husband George, who was in the population field, evaluate the introduction of the intrauterine contraceptive device. At that time the IUD was considered to be the panacea for India’s population problem. George’s dissertation was focused on population and he became interested in the question of this new technology and how people were responding to it.” ~ Ruth Simmons
  31. “When you brought the Industrial Revolution in, all of a sudden India and China went from being the dominant global powers to being powers dominated by those who understood how to apply this new technology.” ~ Juan Enriquez
  32. “Use the new technologies for the old purposes.” ~ Leon Wieseltier

  33. “We have to move away from the concept of screening in cinemas. This can be achieved with the new technologies. I enjoy my films and the fact that I can include you in them as well. Cinema is only a small part of a much greater phenomenon. We transcend the barriers of culture. DVDs’ image quality and longevity provide us with new prospects. They are a powerful medium. I think they were invented especially for me.” ~ Peter Greenaway
  34. “Given the incredible power of these new technologies, shouldn’t we be asking how we can best coexist with them? And if our own extinction is a likely, or even possible, outcome of our technological development, shouldn’t we proceed with great caution?” ~ Bill Joy
  35. “We need to make growth greener, to make our economic and environmental policies more compatible and even mutually-reinforcing. This is not just a matter of new technologies or new sources of renewable, safe energy. It is about how we all behave every day of our lives, what we eat, what we drink, what we recycle, re-use, repair, how we produce and how we consume” ~ Jose Angel Gurria
  36. “We tend to use a new technology to do an old task more efficiently. We pave the cow paths.” ~ Paul Saffo

  37. “That new technologies and techniques would be forthcoming was a fundamental article of Christian faith. Hence, no bishops or theologians denounced clocks or sailing ships-although both were condemned on religious grounds in various non-Western societies.” ~ Rodney Stark
  38. “I have an iPod, but I do still love CDs. There’s something nice and tangible about a CD. I’m a mixture of old and new – I love my sewing machine, but I’ve also embraced new technology. The iPad is what did it for me – it’s extraordinary.” ~ Twiggy
  39. “I think we can be the very best place to start a business, to grow a business, to invent a new technology, to change the world, to change the country. But we’ve got a lot of work to deliver a new California to the people of California.” ~ Meg Whitman
  40. “What the public needs to understand is that these new technologies, especially in recombinant DNA technology, allow scientists to bypass biological boundaries altogether.” ~ Jeremy Rifkin

  41. “For artists diving into a new technology, it is a triple short-cut to mastery: you get a free ride on the novelty of the medium; there are no previous masters to surpass; and after a few weeks, you are the master. Try that with the violin.” ~ Stewart Brand
  42. “In order to keep up with the criminals and to protect our national security, the solution is clear: we need legislation to ensure that telephone companies and other carriers provide law enforcement with access to this new technology.” ~ Louis J. Freeh
  43. “We need to aim high – in the area of 20-25 percent – to create the urgent demand for new technologies, manufacturing plants and green jobs.” ~ Van Jones
  44. “Government needs to do two things: put a price on carbon and invest heavily in new technologies.” ~ Van Jones

  45. “The military do so love shiny new technology, there’s always so many ways to abuse it.” ~ Peter F. Hamilton
  46. “I admire firms that have achieved a real differentiation from their competitors. Nike is all about mastering sports. Apple is all about creating technologies to make life easier and better. Audi is is all about introducing new technologies to make automobiles safer and better performing.” ~ Philip Kotler
  47. “Transparency is all about letting in and embracing new ideas, new technology and new approaches. No individual, entity or agency, no matter how smart, how old, or how experienced, can afford to stop learning.” ~ Gina McCarthy
  48. “I was attracted by the curve — the liberated, sensual curve suggested by the possibilities of new technology yet so often recalled in venerable old baroque churches.” ~ Oscar Niemeyer

  49. ” “New technologies will always demand and deserve careful navigation and difficult readjustments. But the weakening or de facto abolition of copyright will not merely roil the seas, it will drain them dry. Those who would pirate what you produce have developed an elaborate sophistry to convince you that they are your victim. They aren’t. Fight back.” ~ Mark Helprin”The other kind of market like technology is healthcare. Nobody likes the healthcare industry, but on the other hand, everyone wants to live longer. The way I look at it, there’s going to be tremendous pressure with healthcare as a percentage of GDP rising with new technology, an aging population, and a business model that basically keeps people alive longer to consume more healthcare products.” ~ John Manley
  50. “I’ve always been passionate about technology. Starting tech businesses was a very natural extension. Thus, keeping up to date with latest trends is not a process driven activity for me. If one wants to innovate or even survive in today’s competitive world, one must keep abreast of emerging new technologies.” ~ Bhavin Turakhia
  51. “When the Constitution was written, the founders had no way of anticipating the new technologies that would evolve in the coming centuries.” ~ Al Franken

  52. “Deal with just the basic fact: we will never have enough money for lawyers for poor people. So one of our major initiatives has been to develop new technologies that can help people without a lawyer navigate the legal system, and help sort the cases that really need to have a lawyer from those where an individual with some help online, may be able to manage by him or herself.” ~ Martha Minow
  53. “In general, workers under 35 highly value Millennials’ ability to relate, be helpful, be open-minded, and be understanding. Employees over 35 appreciated their energy, enthusiasm, open-mindedness, fresh perspective, and understanding of new technologies. It is interesting, in my early research, Millennials entering the workforce reported advantages they claimed to have in the workplace. The advantages turn out to be strengths that are recognized in them as managers.” ~ Chip Espinoza
  54. “It’s very clear that there are greater threats to these ships since, arguably, World War II. There are new technologies that can now reach them and make them harder to defend, such as anti-ship missiles, combined with space based tracking. The bigger issue, though, is who are gaining those capabilities. With what’s going on with China and Russia, we are returning to geopolitical state-by-state competition. The Navy has not had to fight a peer for control of the sea since the Battle of Midway 75 years ago.” ~ P. W. Singer
  55. “New technologies are wreaking havoc on employment figures – from EZpasses ousting toll collectors to Google-controlled self-driving automobiles rendering taxicab drivers obsolete.” ~ Douglas Rushkoff

  56. “Within NASA, the shuttle is perhaps the least-groundbreaking project. Recall that Apollo was about creating brand-new technologies that did something unprecedented – putting men on the moon. The shuttle is, by comparison, a relic designed to make going into orbit routine.” ~ Nathan Myhrvold
  57. “So I think the winners in recession are the people who produce new technology that does things better, which people really want.” ~ James Dyson
  58. “Countries across the world are taking action now to help them track paedophiles and terrorists who abuse new technology to plot their horrific crimes.” ~ Theresa May
  59. “If you really want to improve technology, if you want things to work better and be better, you’ve got to protect the person who spends a lot of effort, money, and time developing that new technology.” ~ James Dyson

  60. “There’s always something in new technology that promotes anxiety on the one hand, but also grieving on the other. With the internet, I think we can remember a time when people said “I don’t use email,” or “I’m not going to get email.” I once had to do a piece on people who had never used the internet and refused to start and I found three people. But when I talked to them, they had used it, at some point or another. It’s almost impossible to stay off the internet entirely. We feel as though we didn’t get to make a decision. There’s this new dawn and we all have to embrace it.” ~ Virginia Heffernan
  61. “Many people mistakenly think a new technology cancels out an old one.” ~ Judith Martin

  62. “You can’t just stop technological progress. Even if one country stops researching artificial intelligence, some other countries will continue to do it. The real question is what to do with the technology. You can use exactly the same technology for very different social and political purposes. So I think people shouldn’t be focused on the question of how to stop technological progress because this is impossible. Instead the question should be what kind of usage to make of the new technology. And here we still have quite a lot of power to influence the direction it’s taking.” ~ Matt Haig
  63. “If you think back to the beginning of cell phones, laptops or really any new technology, it’s always expensive.” ~ Elon Musk
  64. “I was born in Africa. I came to California because it’s really where new technologies can be brought to fruition, and I don’t see a viable competitor.” ~ Elon Musk

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