Do you think that we now have science systems that are somewhat similar to large, complex technological systems? The transition to a higher reliance on technological systems represented a significant change in the development and use of technology and its

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Do you think that we now have science systems that are somewhat similar to large, complex technological systems? The transition to a higher reliance on technological systems represented a significant change in the development and use of technology and its relationships with society, including institutions within society. The practice of science shows at least some of the elements that characterize large-scale, interconnected (complex) systems. Given what you have learned about technological systems, explain how the practice of science might be legitimately called a system (or systems) similar to large, complex technological systems. In order to answer this question, you must identify the characteristics of these kinds of technological systems, along with their significance. You are expected to use examples from a range of technologies/technological systems and science/science systems to illustrate your points. Respond to the question in a 5 page paper. Here's what i already have, i just really need an idea of what "science practice" or "science systems" are and how they relate to complex technological systems.

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