Whether you like it or not 5G is here to stay. As an online marketer, 5G will help me share content and upload videos faster so that I can influence more people. But at the same time we now understand that these wireless antennas pollute the body with radiation that causes cancer among other health burdens.
Better connectivity will promote business and science to launch us into an age where automation will allow for seemingly limitless possibilities. The prospect of artificial intelligence, virtual/augmented reality, and robots are promising and will surely lead to industries that will help solve problems all around the world.
In addition to business, there is building hype we can integrate this technology with our biology to enhance human characterists and capability. Smart devices may help us track internal processes and take personal charge of our health.
With all these added benefits of speed and bandwidth however, it is necessary to consider the negative health aspects of installing these technologies in our communities and bodies. Due to the high frequency millimeter waves that are produced by these cell towers, concerns are growing over these signals that are foreign to our physical bodies.
As we enter a new age of technology with an abundance of digital possiblities, we will arrive at new dilemmas with how we balance that with our natural existence.
Moreover, homeowners are worried that these antennas will litter their neighborhoods, since these high frequencies do not broadcast at long range, and will require thousands of units in order to operate in a city. With the idea that one day everything- all machines, objects, and people will be connected, fears of mass cyber attacks mount as well.
Like all decisions there comes pros and cons. 5G has the potential to be a valuable asset to society, but we should be careful that we as a society don't shoot ourselves in the foot as we open pandora's box of possiblilities.
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