publication • Monday, October 1st 2012
The constant technological innovation that characterizes the 21st century is impressive in its developments. One example is the so-called intelligent systems designed within cars and houses, with "senses" that capture information and a memory capable of recording new knowledge to improve their efficiency. However, these advances in science, which are the result of the capacity that human beings have to create, are not on par with human growth. Just look at the reality experienced by most children in this world who lack basic conditions to limit development, absence that began with the failure of inalienable rights and inalienable as the right to food and nutrition, protection , to have a family, to have a name.