Technology as a Replacement of Human Resources

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TECHNOLOGY AS THE REPLACEMENT OF HUMAN RECOUSES|
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M.Umar Touseef|
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12/14/2011|
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“TECHNOLOGY AS A REPLACEMENT OF THE HUMAN RESOURCES”
There is almost no place that you can go where technology hasn’t been used. Technology affects our daily lives in everything that we do; it saves time, creates a world of endless learning, and makes traveling to halfway around the world effortless. Technology greatly reduces the time it takes to perform lives everyday tasks. Daily chores such as mowing the grass or doing the dishes have been reduced from hours to twenty minutes with the invention of the automatic dishwasher and gas powered lawn mower. New technologies have even eliminated the time it takes to read books when you can download the audio book to listen for your iPod. In the work place machines have eliminated many of the hand labors of molding parts and assembling products creating a great surplus of extra hours to finish other works and increasing production. Due to technology, human life has become very easy, efficient, fast and accurate. The machines have taken the place of human beings, every single task which was done by human, is now being done by machines. Now the following questions arise. * What are the basic technologies taking place of human resources? * Do these replacements effecting our traditions, civilizations, religious values and infect each and every profession of our lives? * To what extent these replacements are dangerous?

* How much benefits they are getting from these replacements?

These are some things which need to be cleared in my topic, because it is affecting people relating to every profession of life. They can be technical and non-technical. Technology is taking human place in every single profession of life, because of its efficiency, accuracy, smartness and fastness in every field of life. The rate of this replacement is very high because, with the huge pressure of...
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