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In the article Cybergrace The Search for God in the Digital World Jennifer Cobb wonders if a collective and self-reflective intelligence God isnt embodying itself in cyberspace She observes the God-like nature that humans may gain in cyberspace and warns that we must proceed with caution To me the only thing I could think about with technology is its ability to make almost anything possible such as genetic engineering nanotechnology robotics and increasing computer power decreasing computer size In last decades the modern technology industry relies very explicitly on faith that the software will work that the demo wont crash and that the market will keep going up Technology is technology it is a means for communication and transportation over space and nothing more Technology that plays a significant role in all aspects of my life today for example a computer allows me to use technology benefits me by enhancing my learning capabilities and development in my college education As a future engineer the technology makes our life much easier and it can be a powerful tool for educational use During my high school years or even now a computer is the one of instructional tools that provides the discovery and exchange of information communication exploration learning and teaching However after I read Cobbs article I must admit a little concept as I begin to see a growing awareness of spirituality in our relationship to machines even in this most secular of worlds At first this article starts comparing unlikely subjects that is the Internet and the divine in Cobbs able hands a seamlessly woven web of connection Cobb urges us not to abandon the online world to commercial forces but to realize that through the medium of computation our spiritual experience can be extended in profound ways160 She proceeds toward an in-depth discussion of the nature of divinity Cobb states that God is the force of universal processes and what physicists call the
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