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People always tend to seek the easy way out looking for something that would make their lives easier Machines and tools have given us the ability to do more in less time giving us at the same time more comfort As the technology advances computers become faster and more powerful These new machines enable us to do more in less time making our lives easier The increased use of computers in the future however might have negative results and impact on our lives Science fiction writer Isaac Asimov illustrates perfect examples of this type of world in his writings In the novel Nine Tomorrows Isaac Asimov often criticizes our reliance on computers by portraying a futuristic world where computers control humans One of the images which Asimov describes in the book is that humans might become too dependent on computers In one of the stories Profession Asimov writes about people being educated by computer programs designed to educate effortlessly a person According to the Profession story people would no longer read books to learn and improve their knowledge People would rely on the computers rather than try to memorize enough to match someone else who knows People would not choose to study they would only want to be educated by computer tapes Putting in knowledge would take less time than reading books and memorizing something that would take almost no time using a computer in the futuristic world that Asimov describes Humans might began to rely on computers and allow them to control themselves by letting computers educate people Computers would start teaching humans what computers tell them without having any choice of creativity Computers would start to control humans lives and make humans
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