Are We Too Dependent on Computers? Essay

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Are We Too Dependent on Computers?
Is our society too dependent on computers? I, like many Americans today, have become reliant on the usage of computers. It influences all aspects of my life by bringing about a new level of convenience. Computers are a part of our everyday lives whether we like it or not. They make simple tasks much easier and allow us to strive to our full potential.However over the years, computers have become much more than a tool but necessary part of our lives. They have replaced almost every important contrivance humans have. Today computers replace the way we conduct our academic research, supply our food, keep businesses competitive and maintain our military superiority. Computers are not being used as
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To compete with your classmates having a personal computer is not a convenience, but a requirement. Next, computers change the way we supply our food.With the population growing at such a rapid rate researchers are experimenting with new ways to supply mass amounts of food. Food is becoming more and more scarce but with the implication of genetically modifying foods through the use of computers gives hope to supplying more than enough food. In the debate, “Are We Too Dependent On Computers?”, Debate.org states that "50% farming in US will stop without computers.” What Debate.org is trying to explain is that our society would fall apart without the use of computers. They explain that the farmers have had to adopt new ways and leave their old traditional ways in order to supply the amount of food that the population needs. This dependence on new technology creates a population reliant on computers for research purposes and yielding large amounts of crops. Soon farming will need computers and the traditional ways of farming will be lost forever. Computers used to be used to research how to grow large amounts of crops but now they used as a necessary part to control and research huge agriculture businesses. The reliance on computers to generate our food shows that we have abused the computer instead of finding new ways to feed our rapid growing population. Over the years genetically modified foods
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