Assistive technology devices and services were first defined in federal law in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 1990 (Public Law 101-476). First of all, it will not be a technological singularity -it will be a human singularity, and this initial technological” misunderstanding about it might have catastrophic results; secondly, it is not comprehensible within the frame of mind that affirms it, not because we do not know what it will be, but because by definition a human singularity is inaccessible to what is currently called consciousness -a very small part of thought.
The definitions found in the literature suggest that technology entrepreneurship is about: i) operating small businesses owned by engineers or scientists; ii) finding problems or applications for a particular technology; iii) launching new ventures, introducing new applications, or exploiting opportunities that rely on scientific and technical knowledge; and iv) working with others to produce technology change.
These aspects are: i) the interdependence between scientific and technological change and the selection and development of new combinations, assets, and asset attributes; ii) biases in the existing entrepreneurship literature; iii) conceptualization of technology entrepreneurship as an investment in a project, rather than opportunity recognition or venture formation; and iv) links among technology entrepreneurship, the theory of sustainable competitive advantage, and the theory of the firm.
Communication Technology: This is a system that uses technical means to transmit information or data from one place to another or from one person to another. The list of products for which end state specifications are to be developed should be shortened by eliminating those for which technology development is unlikely to be needed. This second definition, technology as the practical or industrial arts, had only emerged in the early 20th century, although the OED incorrectly attributed this usage to the 1850s. Assistive technology includes technology solutions that are generally considered instructional technology tools, if they have been identified as educationally necessary and documented in the student’s IEP. In a sense, technology does combine both art and science, creative expression and rational calculation.
Assistive technology is being used in schools to help students with Autism to learn better, it is used to help people with disabled bodies’ move, speech recognition application help people who can’t type with a keyboard to use a computer and so much more.