The Importance Of Technology And Communication

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Sir Arthur C. Clark states that "Any sufficiently advanced technology is equivalent to magic". Lately, the new Ili necklace is a translating device introduced to help humans translate a message into another language desired. This device records our voices in English with just a press of a button on the side of the necklace, it interprets our words and releases the transitions in Japanese or Spanish language. High-tech devices never stop pouring out of the industry of technology as we are adapting ourselves to the modern era. In the present, we highly lean on gadgets, whether if it's in the form of computers or mobile phones. In conjunction with that, we constantly depend on the programs and functions of a smart, working device throughout our days at all times. It is an undeniable effect that people's dependence on technology has affected creativity and communication. Technology plays a huge role in creating a…show more content…
Briefly, technology aids the younger generation of today to obtain better educational resources as an impact of learning through technology. Human's creativity is also expressed in eye appealing works of arts through the field of computer graphic. Most importantly, technology has successfully introduced a network of social media sites, which functions to grant humans an easygoing communicating site through cyberspace. However, over dependence on communication through technology can result in speech barriers as we are unfamiliar to real life interactions. Anyhow, as we are dependent on technology, we should not allow technology to replace our ability to think manually with our brain's interpretation. B.F Skinner once said that "The real problem is not whether machines think but whether men do". Hence, we should use our gadgets wisely to avoid technology from replacing our smart brains as

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