An overall society based in high-tech is something generally unattainable by the definition comprising its scarcity among every technology available. Some countries like Japan, USA, Germany, Hong Kong, South Korea or Finland can be in general considered high-tech societies in relation to most countries, since it is common for its citizens having access to technology that is presently at the cutting edge, in consumer’s terms. Considering recent technological achievements, some parts of China, India and even England can also be considered high-tech societies regarding the rest of those countries. Research oriented institutions such as Aveiro University, ESA, MITRE, NASA, CERN, IIT[disambiguation needed] or MIT might be considered high-tech microssocieties in relation to the general surrounding socio-economic region or overall activity sector. An organization’s department dealing with the latest technology in their projects, may also be considered a high-tech microssociety within the organization’s and partners’ scope. Students and faculty related with ENAEE or ABET accredited programs might be considered high-tech society members, regarding other traditional degrees. In industry, companies working in the leading edge may be considered high-tech societies along with its main competitors, regarding the rest of the sectorial competition.
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