“Let’s go and invent tomorrow instead of worrying about what happened yesterday”, people with these thoughts were the one who coined this word “technology”.

 

Technology is basically a collection of methods, techniques or processes that make our work easier. From a 4 year old toddler to a 60 year old person all are very well familiar with this word. We have been always talking about the advantages or benefits of technology but the real fact is that a coin always has two sides. You can finish every work by “one touch”; you just hold a small remote, and it will order everything. For example, the car will drive to your house by itself according to your orders; the TV will choose the best program and tell you what the important news is for you today. We will have no traffic jams, because the cars will fly in the sky; you don’t need to drive them, because everything is automatic. On the other hand, when we get so many new things in our life it causes problems.

 

May be people will feel strange around other people, because we will hardly talk to one another. We have known all of the answers by modern machines. We use the Internet to connect everything. However, we need to consider that eye contact, face expression, and physical touch are very important to human beings. But however we cannot ignore the fact that may be technology is a bad master but it is a very good servant. Education has been greatly advanced by the technological advances of computers. Students are able to learn on a global scale without ever leaving their classrooms. Technology will not replace teachers but the teachers who use technology will probably replace the ones who do not.

 

Agricultural processes that once required dozens upon dozens of human workers can now be automated, thanks to advances in technology, which means cost-efficiency for farmers. Medical discoveries occur at a much more rapid rate, thanks to machines and computers that aid in the research process and allow for more intense educational research into medical matters. This concludes that if we do not let these technologies rule our lives then they can prove to be very fruitful.

 

And I conclude by saying that any sufficiently advanced technology is equivalent to magic!!

 

 

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