Tweet The proper use of technology is that it should be a means to serve us and make our lives easier. A key requirement is that we should be in control. We should not serve technology and allow our gadgets to control our lives, social skills or decisions.
MaxLiawjl 2 Disputed 1 point That's pinpointing. Medicine isn't intended to give us all eternal life but it has increased our lifespans. Whereas Americans die every day because of a medicine overdose?
Take away medicine and yes, you save more people a day, but thousands more will die. It's quite a claim you're making there.
A very interesting argument here regarding wars. Regarding human nature, even if technology didn't exist, we WOULD go to war in the masses with just our fists. That's a slippery slope. It once again begs the question, despite having taken much lives, ; Has it taken MORE lives than it has saved?
Mankind might be endangered now. So it can count as having saved the billions of people that exist now, the saving of one generation subsequently means saving the next generation and so on If anything, medicine has prevented billions of lives lost through disease see spanish flu and black death.
In the absence of which, mankind may actually near extinction. Through my argument above, no. A catalyst to globalisation: But what about globlalisation? The progress of society?
Not through the deaths of these innocents but simply through progression of technology Furthermore, cars crash, trains crash and boats sink not because of the existence of these technology, but human error. It is quite fatalistic to say that more technology simply means more ways to die.
Technology on it's own does neither good nor bad. It is how it is harnessed, used, and what it means to people when it is harnessed that defines how 'good' it is.
Someone cannot die because of technology alone; technology is mostly inanimate. Someone can also not be saved by it. But technology has brought mankind to the forefront of research, where we are now on the brink of breaching the final frontier, and the achievement of many dreams actually in sight marred by capitalism in my opinion but that is another debate.
The potential of current technology is to eradicate hunger and overcome scarcity. The same can of course be said of its potential to cause Armageddon.English Essay Writing. posted by PAVITHRA Saturday, March 7, at am. The Computers are taking over our lives do u agree or dis agree cb Saturday, March 7, at am.
agree i am not a tutor, just another person!:) Chopsticks Saturday, March 7, at am. If you think about it, technology is constantly improving each day. The nuclear bomb is the perfect example of misuse of technology. As shown in the use of nuclear reactors, nuclear technology has the potential to provide cheap energy for the world and reduce our dependence on hydrocarbons for power stations.
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Computers make terrific business parters. Our lives depend on computers for our everyday needs. GuruBlue Monday, June 30, at am. Either of those will . Have computers made our lives easier or more complicated? Explain. Would you buy and use an electric car? Explain. If you had to choose a few words to describe yourself, what words would you choose and why?
Explain. If you do not measure success in monetary terms, how do you measure it? Explain. A problem exists when we cannot do without a machine for over 24 hours. It means the gadget has become a point of obsession and needs to be controlled.
We should establish times—and even long periods—where we refrain from using our devices. There is something wrong when our use of technological gadgets blocks out our perception of the world.