Technology On The Rise

             We live in a world of industrialization. Things are changing by the second and humanity is learning to adapt and keep up with the times. There have been so many remarkable advances that have made society stronger and more knowledgeable. There have also been advances that have a flip side to them. Everything is becoming easier and more accessible in today’s world. Are we becoming too dependent upon the material items that surround us? Are we hurting ourselves and not realizing it? There are many things that people don’t step back and look at. Analyzing what is really happening is very important and we must do so. Modern technology is developing too rapidly because it is posing a threat to human workers by replacing them with machines, challenging peoples’ moral and religious beliefs, and eroding our ability to relate and communicate with one another.
             We live in a computerized society. Computer technology is advancing rapidly and many new forms of computers are being made. Most everyone has heart of robots with immensely large intelligence levels, but how smart are they becoming? In science labs around the world, scientists are already using robots to do work. Not just bringing someone a soda or a plate of food on a tray, they are actually building machinery and other robots. There are a lot of corporations out there that are using robots right now to do work for them. Scientists are programming robots that can do everything, but is this a good thing? Sure, robots can do whatever they are programmed to, but we don’t need them taking away our jobs. Slowly more and more robots are being introduced into the work world, and at the rate we are at now, robots will soon take over almost all of our jobs. We can’t have this. Poverty will go up and there will be millions of people without homes and jobs. Sure, allow them !
             to make our work easier, but don’t make them so they take over our jobs.
             Who wouldn...

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