Technology: S Effect On Human's Creativity And Communication

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[According to C.P. Snow (New York Times, 15 March 1971), “Technology... is a queer thing. It brings you great gifts with one hand, and it stabs you in the back with the other.” This saying clearly states that technology brings a plethora of impact to human’s daily life, including the merits and drawbacks. In this new era of globalisation, humans are catapulted to the accessibility of technology such as Internet, cell phone, and computer. Consequently, they become extremely dependent or even hooked to the usage and convenient of technology. As a result, people’s dependence on technology has affected and ruined the creativity and communication. For instance, people rather spend time browsing Internet than thinking using their own mind or interacts and communicates with the persons around them. However, technology actually brings numerous of positive impacts to human’s creativity and communication at the same time.
First and foremost, technology helps to arouse and trigger one’s creativity. Neuroscience research has proved that all humans are born with intrinsic creative powers and as they grow up some of them successfully activate their creativity while others unconsciously keep it dormant. People from infancy have the potential for magnificent, revolutionary creativity and all they need is to realize this potential and aptitude. Technology plays a dominant role to help people to excavate their hidden creativity. With the aid of technology, people are able to inquire and
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