Anthropologists' View on Technology and its Role in Human Evolution
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This article describes the views of anthropologists Leslie White, Gerhard Lehski, and Alvin Toffler on the evolution of technology and its role in human lives. White believes that technology creates an incentive to innovate and diversifies human thinking. Lehski believes that technology is the key factor in improving human life and can be continuously developed through innovation. Toffler regards technology as a key factor in social change and the industrialization project of technology. The article concludes that technology is necessary for human survival and helps convert energy into usable forms.