Technology (French: Technologie) is the set of techniques, skills, methods, and processes used to produce goods or services or to achieve goals such as scientific research. Technology can be the knowledge of techniques, processes and the like, or it can be embedded in machines to make it possible to work without knowing exactly how they work. A system that uses technology to receive an input, then modify it according to application, and generate output is known as a technological system or technology system.
The simplest form of technology is the development and use of basic tools. Discovering how fire was controlled before prehistory and the next Neolithic revolution increased food resources, and the invention of the wheel helped humans travel and control their environment. Developments in historical times, including print, telephone, and the Internet, have reduced the physical barriers to communication and allowed humans to interact freely on a global scale.
Technology is the practical application of knowledge and skills to build machine tools, vehicles, vehicles and other necessary equipment. Throughout history, several definitions of the concept of technology have been provided by experts. Some, such as Neji, have interpreted it as a means of preserving the survival of early humans, while others, such as Claxton, have interpreted it as a tool in human hands to dominate the environment. Technology is the knowledge-skill of software production (hard and soft). Technology (technology) is the method and technique of making and using tools, devices, materials and processes that solve human problems. Technology is a human activity and therefore older than both knowledge and engineering.