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Changing the world by using technology along with ‘Creative Technology’


Changing the world by using technology along with ‘Creative Technology’

Changing the world by using technology along with ‘Creative Technology’

Inequality is a problem that has been with society for a long time, and a lot of people could not approach technology that can improve their lives better. Therefore, technological tools are being produced to solve problems and benefit society at present, such as ‘Aipoly’ which helps specify things for blinds, ‘Read for the Blind’ which is produced for us to read for the blinds, and a satellite in which is installed the software for speculating poverty in different areas from Marshall Burke.

Our ‘Creative Technology’ is one of the majors which provides ‘Social Learning’, integration of curriculum details and social contribution. The major has collaborated with the Faculty of Information and Communication Technology, College of Music, and Ratchasuda College which is responsible for taking care of disabled students. Thus, the students would learn in many areas, exchange information with students in different majors, and create their own pieces of work or projects by adapting knowledge they gained from learning in the Creative Technology major to solve the problems and develop society. For example, some students might develop applications for giving advice to users with mental health problems.


Learning does not only help us do anything effectively, but we can also apply various knowledge to work for the public. Thus, let’s create innovations to develop a better society with ‘Creative Technology’



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