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The automobile is certainly a dangerous tool and in this following essay I’ll show how Gary Marcus proves that there is a use for such computers and robots in our everyday lives. This essay Mr. Marcus has written could catch the focus of anyone who owns a car or has a great respect for technology. Automobile manufacturing companies would also find this essay informative. People all over the world come up with different ideas/ways to do things. If any automobile manufacturer is looking for new ideas to develop a new product than they’ll do the research to find these ideas.
In the book, The Glass Cage: How Our Computers Are Changing Us, by Nicholas Carr is about the existence of automation and technology that are changing and affecting the lives of humans. In the debate of automation in the book, Carr defines automation as “the use of computers and software to do things we used to ourselves” (1). With the definition of automation in mind, there are positive and negative connotations about automation that Carr argue and inserts himself in his book. In chapter 1, “Passengers”, Carr introduces two distinct types of knowledge, tacit and explicit knowledge. Tacit knowledge is knowledge operated at a subconscious level in which it is the things that are done without thinking (9).