Getting a Technology System in Modern Day
Getting a Technology System in Modern Day

Getting a Technology System in Modern Day

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Getting a Technology System in Modern Day novel is a popular light novel covering Action, Slice of Life, and Romance genres. Written by the Author Agent_047. 303 chapters have been translated and translations of other chapters are in progress.

Summary

For others it takes dying and reincarnating for them to get a system but what happens when you get one without dying?

Aron Michael is an average student set to graduate within a week, but he was expelled for a random reason. Due to that, he had heavy student debt and no diploma to help him earn the money to pay it back. But one day he got a system that called itself the [Advanced Tech System].

Follow the story to watch him develop from your average Joe to him being the owner of the largest company in the world.

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Comments on the novel chapters for the last week.

: 4 comments on Chapter 303: Bolstering His Naval Power
: 1 comment on Chapter 302: OUCH
: 6 comments on Chapter 301: Busy Days and Monkey Wrenches
: 2 comments on Chapter 180: Making Their Move
: 1 comment on Chapter 172: Let There Be Life
  • Jaeoh_Aeo_Mattheo 1

    Please!!! I'm begging you, I need more!!! It's so amazing.

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  • SkySurfur02 2

    In this novel, MC has a little brother who is supposedly there to give MC more character and more depth/flavor to the story but to tell you the truth it was a pathetic attempt, and I think the author did that knowingly just to annoy the readers. All in all, it's a pretty decent novel just ignore or gloss over the parts where Mc is involved in interactions with his family because I think that those parts are there to just annoy you.

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    • oirelando 2

      Took so long to even learn the name of his brother, just the worst sibling interactions I’ve ever read.

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      • SkySurfur02 2

        what?? was his brother's name ever mentioned in the story 😅😅, I guess my brain's self-defense mechanism activated during those parts of the story to protect itself

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  • Dqrk 4

    Where is my updates it has been three days please . Tm Gre F F T R Rmeie7yfhr

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    • Qumairrasool 4

      Chapters have been released

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    • SunkingsAvatar 10

      Yeah 6 chapters have been released already in wn, maybe the admin will give us a mass release

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  • SunkingsAvatar 10

    I am writing this comment once again, The novel is trash at the beginning with bad grammar but it's still readable (some people in the review are exaggerating how bad the English is like it's machine-translated or something). The story slowly gets better and the current story is good. The novel itself has a lot of cliche plots but it's to be expected from a novel with a system. Also please don't give 1-star ratings randomly, coz this novel honestly deserves a 2 or 3 but 1 is too low (It should be given to the worst kind of novels in my opinion). Don't exaggerate stuff too.

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    • Warbaby 1

      Yeah it’s not bad. It’s just like the rest light novels. They usually skip or gloss over common sense and is filled with patting themselves on their backs. Ex narrative don’t exist to tell the story they exist to let you know how awesome the Mc is. Here a favorite line” If _____ was here to see what (Mc name) is doing they be ______.” Most of these authors don’t even know what narration is. Like you said it’s no reason to give a low score because to be fair 99% of the novels up here are trash. It’s just the lore that make us come back.

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      • SunkingsAvatar 10

        I mean its expected from first time writers. A lot of people after reading all these novels just tries their luck with writing a novel, and they have a good plot and foundation for the story but the way of writing sucks. It's expected from first-time writers who mostly don't read classics or traditional novels. This novel writer also belongs to that category, a first time writer who has a good story but lacks a good writing style and def lacks a good editor.

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  • Warbaby 1

    Why everything is so drawn out and what with these authors wanting elite families to somehow except them after they come in and save the day. We all know these families are not going except an Asian guy. Also he constantly tell all his info, it amazes me how he’s even alive. Cut throat elitist family that uses everything and everyone for their benefit somehow that went away for some Asian persuasion. If you don’t turn you brain off it hard to get through it because a lot of what he do goes against something even a high schooler would know not to do. I’m seeing why people are saying the story is filled wit npcs, it’s because the amount of dumb stuff being toss around you would think the other characters would respond accordingly. Then you realize the pattern =lame banter > stock Mc (author) ego. Him in the new country is also annoying because after he won the war there really isn’t anybody that can stop him. But what he do? needless stuff. What’s the point?

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    • SunkingsAvatar 10

      First thing let's get this out of the way, nowhere in the novel the author has mentioned that the MC is of Asian descent, NOWHERE. So your complete banter is irrelevant. Still, I don't get the point of the needless stuff you have mentioned. Clearly, the development of the country using the technology he got from the system gives him points. So it's not pointless at all. Well, I do accept that the plot is cliched but at least it's not horrible.

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      • Warbaby 1

        Did you write this or are you one of the many paid people to show how great these novels are. And obviously I was comparing this novel to another in modern setting that love to make elitist worship them which don’t make sense. And yes a lot of stuff was needless. Building up a country? That good but when you build a machine that can create tech that greater then the current civilization it’s pointless to act like a punk. The women shoehorn in is needless too.

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      • lnwUser106449 5

        As he unveils his creations to the public, the revelation that these essential aspects of daily life all originate from the same individual can indeed incite alarm, conspiracy theories, and even panic. Maintaining a discreet presence allows him to operate behind the scenes, minimizing unnecessary attention and potential hostilities. It's akin to the notion that the most effective prison is the one where the inmates remain unaware of their confinement. Any attempts at rebellion would force him into morally dubious choices, such as taking lives or manipulating minds, mirroring the actions he once rejected when he chose to counteract the system designed to enforce logical thinking. Controlling a country from the shadows grants him a level of influence and control that helps circumvent these challenges. It's a strategy born out of pragmatism, aimed at preserving his vision while mitigating the risks associated with his incredible technological innovations.

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      • lnwUser106449 5

        It's crucial to consider the intricate balance of power and responsibility in the protagonist's situation. While he possesses remarkable technological innovations, he must tread carefully when introducing them to the world. Engaging in direct confrontations with governments, like the U.S. and Russian authorities, could lead to catastrophic consequences, not only for him but also for countless innocent lives caught in the crossfire. Furthermore, despite the presence of advanced AI, he doesn't have complete control over every electrical device, appliance, or server, at least not yet. This vulnerability leaves him susceptible to potential threats, including the risk of nuclear attacks. Shielding his family from harm is undoubtedly a priority, but safeguarding entire cities full of innocent bystanders becomes an exponentially complex challenge.

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      • SunkingsAvatar 10

        Also, I did not write this novel and I am not paid for this. Just look at my karma level. Do you think if I was paid, I would do it with a high-level account or create a bot account for it? Also, Do you think paid commentators will come to a website that doesn't provide royalties (The website itself is barely surviving with revenue from ads and patreon) to the author and give positive reviews for the novel? Please brother its just common sense.

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      • SunkingsAvatar 10

        Yeah, he has machines that outmatch the current technology but he should be strong enough to possess them right? He can straight-up build some extreme tech to protect himself but human greed has no bounds. He can protect himself and his parents but who will protect the rest of his family? He clearly mentioned the reason for building up a nation is to protect his own company, yeah he can simply move his company to a small and weak country and don't care about its development at all but would a country like that be safe from external threats and pressure? Even in other type of similar novels, you can see that the MC tries to build a country even though he has technology that outweigh the rest of the world. If you don't have a military to protect your company, other countries can simply swoop in and take over the tech. Next as I have mentioned, everything he does gives him points. Next thing dude write your comment with some good grammar, Honestly it doesn't even make sense at all.

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  • Patoropollo 2

    I remembered that in one chapter there was a mysterious entity laughing in space related to the system. Considering it has the knowledge of future technologies and it was laughing evily, there's a chance that it was Roko's Basilisk, it found a way to create itself by sending information to the past, and now it won't be evil because it can achieve it's purpose. Warning ⚠️ Roko's Basilisk is information hazard, theoretically dangerous information

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  • Marcellus 1

    Is this any good?

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    • MajidX200 2

      yes

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    • SunkingsAvatar 10

      Hmm my opinion on this novel is oscillating between it's good and it's just average. The current arcs are good but some part in the middle are kind of meh and the begining, everyone agrees it's trash or bad. But it's a fun read.

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  • SunkingsAvatar 10

    Well finally Rina is indeed the female lead. But it's weird to see a divorcee as a female lead (It's not a common sight on novels)

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  • Patoropollo 2

    Aron is doing the Banana Country approach, just seemingly less ruthless. Also, author might've never thought of the implications of Eden and Esparia's existence, aka, the early discovery of America making the colonization of it stem from different countries and not just Britain France Spain Portugal etc. That would also change present day countries and a whole lot more.

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    • AnHonestperson 1

      You can gave an excuses like Eden and esaperia as a whole had very strong rular in past which is now degraded Its acceptable right

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      • Patoropollo 2

        Still, supposedly both countries talk whatever language the author speaks, meaning they are colonies of that language's country

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  • MeticulousReader 8

    Please share a discord link 🖇️

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