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  • Yes, many people are too dependent

    Yes, I have to agree that many people are becoming too dependent on technology. From simple things, like adding numbers in their mind vs. on a calculator, to more complicated tasks like planting a garden, humans rely on gadgets. In America, hardly anyone walks or rides a bike, people want to drive everywhere, even for a short distance. I don't know how many people would survive if technology suddenly disappeared.

  • Technology is becoming a crutch for humanity

    The world is evolving to incorporate technology into every facet of our lives. Because of this new reliance we are losing the abillity to take care of ourselves in an organic and all natural way. Just look at how GPS systems have changed the way we travel. People can't even read a map anymore.

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  • I beleive yes.

    The other day I saw a man listening to music walking his dog on a freakong hoverboard. We are becoming over dependent and we will all be obese in the future ahead of us. We will all be like people from Wall E. I beleive we will all be dead in like 20 years because of our over dependency of tech.

  • Yes we are

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  • Yes we are

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  • Yes we are

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  • Yes we are

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  • Yes we are

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  • Yes we are

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  • We are not.

    Technology helps us in different ways such as a electric wheelchair and a CT scan. Yes we are dependant on technology but we use it for the greater good. Since the body scanners in the airport are technology too and without that we don't know if the person on a flight has any weapons and drugs. It's the person who can choose whether to use it everyday in their life.

  • We are not.

    People may use technology more than in the past; however, that does not mean that without technology we would be clueless as to what to do. Without the technology we have, you wouldn't even be able to say you opinion like this to so many people at once or do other things that involve technology that make life easier. We have the technology, we can have the right to use it.

  • We are not.

    People may use technology more than in the past; however, that does not mean that without technology we would be clueless as to what to do. Without the technology we have, you wouldn't even be able to say you opinion like this to so many people at once or do other things that involve technology that make life easier. We have the technology, we can have the right to use it.

  • No, we are not.

    Throughout many recent years, technology has provided a means to be dependent upon from alarm clocks to cellphones to vehicles, all making life easier. While this dependence is evident, implying humans are becoming “too” dependent on technology suggests detrimental ignorance without technology in the areas in which we use it. Yes, nowadays it is more common to substitute a text message for a letter or a call for a face-to-face conversation because it is easier, not because we don’t know how to communicate otherwise. In fact, technology has enhanced archaic forms of communication, such as written word and ever prevalent face-to-face conversations, with quick and easy innovative communication channels varying from cell phones to Skype. According to TeleGeography, In 2013 alone Skype accommodated approximately 214 billion minutes of international calling providing communication experiences that would otherwise be lost in the days awaiting the arrival of a letter from the Pony Express https://www.telegeography.com/products/commsupdate/articles/2014/01/15/skype-traffic-continues-to-thrive/. Other claims express the concern that technology has contributed to a decrease in information retention and has even contributed to making some “stupid.” According to Dr. Richard C. Mohs, a distinguished researcher and Stanford University graduate, information processing occurs in three main stages: encoding, storage, and retrieval. In this process, memory is stored and later retrieved according to the method of encoding in which we associate picture, sound, or meaning to the information showing no importance in the source of which the information was received, technologically or not. In regards to technology use among grade students contributing to stupidity, studies show that using technology enablement within classrooms promotes an active style of learning in which the student actively participates in receiving information rather than the passive role of transmission by a teacher http://uncw.edu/cte/et/articles/Vol10_2/Gao.pdf . We use technology because we can and it is easy, but we are not becoming “too” dependent upon it.

  • We are not.

    Humans are not becoming too dependent on technology. I say this because we have always used technology to make things easier. What most people do not realize is that spoon, forks and even knives are considered a form of technology. Are you saying that people are too dependent on those and should eat with their hands?


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