The Negative Effects Of Technology's Addiction On Technology

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Technology brought us machines, computers, cars and aeroplanes. It made the world smaller by providing good communication tools, made it possible to explore the solar system and the universe and proved the significance in human advancement.
There is no denying technology is great, but are humans becoming too dependent on technology? Advancements in technology have enabled humans to do things that were unimaginable those days and it has certainly made many tasks easier than they were before. How many of us can go for a week without an internet connection or cell phone? I know I can’t. Technology has made life so convenient for humans that being without it is a very scary thought. What would happen if your computer crashed? What about if you lost your cell phone? If just thinking about these scenarios gives you anxiety, you’re not alone. Most of us rely so much on technology these days that losing it, even for a day, would be extremely inconvenient, and for some, life-altering. Over the years, technology has affected our creativity and communication. The abundant usage of technology has limited our enthusiasm in finding a specific answer to a specific question. Years ago, you had to physically go and spend time in the library to look for a book that has all the answers you need to complete your assignment, or maybe even a research that you’ve been working on. Now, with the help of our “friends” such as Google, Wikipedia, YouTube and other knowledge-based
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