Editorial Note - Computer Science and Information Technology
“Developments in Modern technology means more information, more cheaply and more quickly available than ever before. What is the significance of these changes?”
Indeed, it can be said that “modern technology” has allowed for the cheaper and quicker access of information, and indeed, for the increase of information available. But is it fair to say that technology is a consequence of societal changes? Human beings are most dependent on learning than any species. Information is the basis for communication and co-ordination, that is required for any human society. Due to these developments in “modern technology”, there have been social, economic, political and cultural changes. Although it isn’t clear whether these are positive or negative changes.
There has been a definite increase in the amount of information available, due to the developments in modern technology. For one, the government has little or no control over the information which passes in or out of the country. There is less censorship and monitoring, and so there are new sources and themes of information, moving freely around the world, via the internet.
The Journal of Computer Engineering & Information Technology (JCEIT) was inaugurated in 2012 and has continued publishing successfully with Volume 9 in 2020. Since the journal was established, JCEIT has published in excess of 110 topical and interesting theoretical and empirical papers in Google Algorithms and computer science rankings of journals in
cognate disciplines. Papers published in the journal range from novel technical and theoretical papers to innovative empirical contributions. The journal wishes to encourage critical review papers on topical subjects in any of the topics mentioned above in Information technology and in cognate disciplines.