• Man - a Slave of Gadgets
    weapon, the mammoth power human has made possible the invention various easygoing gadgets to perform his work without putting any pressure on his shoulders. Invention of machines and gadgets has made his life so easy that at a very slow pace he started becoming dependent of machines for everything. In the...
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  • Modern Gadgets
    Modern gadgets have made us complete slaves to machines. There is no work which cannot be done without the assistance of machines and there is not a single area of human activity where machines don’t have to be used. No one can deny the fact that gadgets have not only simplified our lives but also made...
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  • Machines
    made us slaves to machines Review Modern Gadgets have made us slaves to machines Book Review   by:dhawanbm     Original Author: Dhawanbm  * Summary rating: 3 stars (337 Ratings)  * Visits : 13907  * words:600   * Comments : 5        Ads by GoogleLaundry Machine  Supplies Made to...
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  • Technology
    so does our dependence on technology. With this, technology continues to grow and become more and more advanced. Technology saves lives in medicine and makes everyday activities easier for everyone. Although many helpful and useful items come from technology, those advancement and dependence on technology...
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  • Adult Learning - Human Dependency on Information Technology
    Human dependency on information technology Over the years, technology has evolved immensely, and nowadays it plays a vital role in a person’s daily life. “Computers today have become an inseparable part of our lives, making the difference not just at the work place, but also in our personal lives...
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  • Essaymania
    Mr. L.V. Sehgal released the Souvenir 2010. Principals of different branches of Bal Bharati Public School too graced the occasion. A DAY WITHOUT MACHINEs Since the beginning of civilization man has been making things for his use, like tools etc. As the civilization progressed, man’s effort also increased...
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  • Modern World. a Short Story
    the idea to improve technology which people need to make better living. Modern technologies like computers, cell phones, robots and other electronic machines or even those battery-generated were attracted almost all people around the world. Many people discuss about modern technologies that can help us...
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  • Modern
    BACKGROUND CONDITIONS Modern Technologies have made us complete slaves to machines. There is no work which cannot be done without the assistance of machines and there is not a single area of human activity where machines don’t have to be used. No one can deny the fact that gadgets have not only simplified...
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  • Modern Gadgets Have Made Us Slaves
    countries. The present time are basically the times of machines. Everything from a tiny needle to highly advance space technology is done through numberless and complex machinery. It wouldn’t be out of place to mention that life today is zero if machines i.e. gadgets are taken out of it for a moment. Ironically...
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  • CRYING OF NATURE
    by cold, they cannot step out in extreme weather conditions. In short, these modern facilities first become our needs and then taking in account the human nature, overuse of them is but obvious, so they take the form of some sort of addiction. One should use them but never indulge in overuse and let these...
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  • fjhgfjhfgj
    first port of call should not be a machine. This offsetting of tasks to machines isn't all bad. It's surely reasonable to allow more complicated, time consuming tasks to be carried out by a machine. This also frees up time for more subtle thinking that machines are (currently) unable to do. However...
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  • The Machine Stops
    Machine Stops Draft 24 March 2010 The Machine Stop’s published in 1909 by E. M Forster is an amazing prediction of a future where humans live below the surface of the earth in “The Machine.”Connected by something similar to the internet and communicating only by webcam, their every need is met and...
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  • Edge of Existence
    between the characters and robots along with their conflicts, mishaps, discoveries and malfunctions in society. Asimov uses the familiar hierarchy of humans as the dominant species and illustrates the consequences of our technological advancements by putting us in unfamiliar territory as subservient beings...
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  • Nanotechnology
    influential and useful scientific endeavors, touching base on everything from cancer research to cleaning the environment. However, over-dependence on these micro machines may jeopardize civilization itself. Nanotechnology has the ability to revolutionize medicine and the way certain diseases are treated...
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  • Technology
    harmful in so many ways. Technology is developed by humans, so we can use it to accomplish almost every task; it makes the impossible look possible.   Advantages There are several advantages of technology: * Easier life With technological machine people are getting help in every sector. Cars...
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  • Does the Modern World Place Too Emphasis on Modern Technology?
    cars were symbols of affluence and only the rich own them. However, it has become a mode of transportation today. The development of materials and machines has undoubtedly brought unlimited conveniences to the modern world and linked the world together. This is so to the extend that without it, this modern...
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  • English
    Technology Dependence Technology is the use of scientific knowledge for improving the way to do things. In this lasts years technology has advanced in many ways. We can say that technology has been used to improve the human work but the real problem comes when we want to abuse of technology and started...
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  • Antech
    getting up, to riding on seat, then on a PC, then on a machine, and then on a car just to go back and finally resting on the same bed where we lay our backs, We rarely do little physical work. All the physical work has been delegated to the machines and several microchips. It has been delegated to technology...
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  • The Machine Conscience
    such as machines every single day to perform jobs and tasks that would require human intelligence and judgment. Artificial Intelligence allow machines to send information in a matter of seconds, regulate ground and air traffic, guide missiles, and can perform any human task, but what if machines are create...
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  • Notes on the Impact of Globalization in Bangladesh
    but also to help other countries that were in need. In the case of Bangladesh, globalization affected the country’s dependence in different ways, one of which is Bangladesh’s dependence on other countries for sanitary water. Table of content Titles | Page | 1. Introduction | 5 | 2. Economic...
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