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World War III Humans vs Technology The advances in technology have become ordinary circumstances in modern society It is hard to believe that less than half a century ago computers were born These new toys were created so that life would be made simpler for human kind Yet scientists and engineers refused to stop at such a simple creation as the computer They sought the extreme boundaries of what circuits and wires could produce Faster was better and scientists came up with machines that could do 2-3 times the work of a normal person given the same time frame Today technology has reached a high It has become a pivotal role in society World wide computers take refuge in households business and even schools They have become as common as a toothbrush However technology is not merely defined by computers Clocks banking machines radios and many more appliances run on computerized chips Little bits of technology that we take for granted are all of the same making The world has come to a point where it relies on technology to make life easier The more humans progress the more technology will be available for creating a relaxed lifestyle At this rate the years ahead will prove to be the age of technology It will reach a stage where human skills and trades will be obsolete Every year millions of jobs are being replaced by bits of technology that can do the same amount of work for little if any cost Jobs such a hydro banking even baking have been taken over by computer chips Very soon people will realize that the very thing they created to make life easier is creating a life of its own Computers have become a species They inhabit a great majority of the Earth and have now migrated to countries both small and large If people let technology get out of hand it could very well take over
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