a case where the real challenge is to modify or control human behavior rather than design a technological solution. Sometimes used sarcastically (by techies) to imply that a problem is not due to technological deficiencies, but to the fact that humans are so poorly designed.
We know how to produce enough food to feed the world. Eliminating hunger is primarily a human engineering problem.
by Sal Theunuch December 09, 2005

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