Technology is Taking Over and Replacing Humans Essays

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The robots are taking over and planning to destroy humanity as it currently stands. They’re smarter, faster, and stronger making them superior to humans in every way. Because humans were too lazy and put all their faith in technology it was easy for the machines to rise up and take over. Soon all of humanity will be enslaved by robots and computers. This is the plot for thousands of science fiction movies and novels in which humans make computer, personal robots servants, and other technology that are so advanced and make life easier that in the end humankind has lost most of its intellect and physical abilities dooming the world to a fate that has inspired many armageddon theories. In the early 1960’s the world was introduced to the…show more content…
Since the invention of the abacus humanity has always craved and crated new items and technological machines to help in its theory, practice, and understanding of math. These advancements in technology made calculators one of the great inventions in helping ordinary people solve complex mathematical equations. However this step forward in technology made humans take a step back. Calculator decrease human beings math skill such as doing simple math by just using one’s own mind, being able to do math by hand, and learning how to do math. Since the introductions of using calculators in schools the lack of students that have the ability to do simple math without a calculator scares teachers and puts stress on students when they can’t use one. “In the mid 1980’s mathematic calculators began to make a grand appearance in schools” (Lee). This was seen as very positive but two decades later the negative effects are being felt. When mathematical calculators were introduced teachers, students, and people in general all saw great potential. However as years progressed many people began to use only calculators even when solving simple math. The educational system rationalized the use of calculators in schools by saying that most teachers and students where “just using calculators to check answers” (Lee). At first using calculators to check answers sounds good. But doing this
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