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Whether we like it or not machines will play an important part in the future They already play such a large role in our life its almost inevitable Over the past 20 years the use of computers has skyrocketed Now there is almost one in every home Children of this generation are being taught to use computers at a very young age Computers are used in most every office also Jobs that used to be done by men can now be done by machines Technology is growing each day Jobs are being replaced by machines and there is more need for people familiar with computers or technology In a lot of cases as far as jobs etc go its something you need to know or something that helps considerably Technology is becoming more advanced As the technology changes so do our lives in a small way and it shall continue into the future Technology has changed our lives for both better and worse It has made life so much easier Now instead of baling the hay themselves farmers can put the hay into a machine that makes bales It is not only more efficient but the outcome is much more desirable Laborious jobs have been reduced or eliminated Though it has made life easier it also has promoted laziness Instead of using our physical ability to accomplish a job so many can now be done by machine Rather than walking to the store to pick up margarine most would drive to the store Little things that are so easily accomplished by hand can now be done mechanically Wed rather have a machine do the job than exert the extra energy This laziness has caused a decrease in the over-all health of human kind There are more cases of obesity The medical world has advanced finding cures to many diseases yet there are more diseases each year In some cases we dont really know what
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