Among Us: Is Technology Killing Us?

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Technology has been a part of our lives for many years now. It is hard to imagine a world without it. But, is it possible that technology is actually killing us? There are many negative impacts of technology on our lives. One of the most significant is that technology has made us less social. We are always on our phones, so it is hard to focus on the people around us. This is bad for our mental health? And are we all becoming monsters? well keep reading to find out.

The pros and cons of technology

You must have read at least one of the famous thought-provoking quotes about technology: I don't think people realize how bad it is. They think they are more active and have more free time, but they really don't have any. They watch TV all the time. They don't go out and do things and there is always some social media to be caught upon. Technology has become addictive. The good thing about technology is that it has made our lives easier. You can just use an app to book a cab, order a meal and track all your daily activities. It is great and it sure helps us to stay more connected with the world. But, it is also making us unhappy. We are spending our free time on technology. This is impacting our productivity and this is making us unproductive.

The perils of technology

As you can see from the graph below, it shows that spending the longest time on the devices also lead to the largest loss of fitness. This is because prolonged periods on the device reduces the time that we spend exercising. Also, on average, we spend 40 hours of every week staring at the screen of our phones, tablets, and laptops. The time on the devices is when we have our eyes open and this means we are not moving. Even with all of this technology, we have not reached full peak. The graph shows that people are spending more time on the devices than ever before. Conclusion There is no way we can escape technology.

The future of humanity

I believe that human beings are the driving force behind technology. As long as we continue to progress and change, the world will always be different. We have created many things with the inventions and developments of the past. We have created a lot of amazing things that would change the world. Things like the laser and other high-tech lasers would have changed the world in the 1700’s. I believe that the future of humanity is not a place without technology, but a place where technology becomes less of a hindrance and more of a help. Humans should focus on the human connection, rather than how we use technology.

Are We All Becoming Monsters?

The question of whether or not we are becoming monsters is a difficult one to answer. On one hand, we have the technology that has allowed us to do things that would have been impossible before.

Becoming A Monster: Technology Vs Human Race

The question of whether or not we are becoming monsters is a difficult one to answer. On one hand, we have the technology that has allowed us to do things that would have been impossible before. The fact that scientists can create robots like the self-driving car is nothing short of amazing. On the other hand, people may still be uncomfortable with things such as sexbots and artificial intelligence but they have very little say on what will happen. That’s why I think the advent of robots will most likely lead to an environmental crisis. People are not going to go along with it as they did when they had electricity, computers, and the internet forced upon them.

Why We are Losing Ourselves

Technology has been a blessing and a curse for the human race. It has helped us in many ways, but it has also made us lazy and disconnected. The pros and cons of technology are a topic that has been debated for years. Below, I will be able to touch on all sides of the argument. As previously stated, technology has allowed us to become more disconnected from one another and less human. We now spend our time on the computer or in front of the television, allowing the television or computer to become our immediate friend. In college, it is not uncommon for a few students to come together and shoot the breeze in front of the TV, and this is a common occurrence. Although they will be out and about, with friends and out in the world, they often choose to congregate in front of a television/play video games rather than interact with other.


Before I end this article, technology is not everything, but it is a huge part of our lives and keeps us connected to people. It is a privilege, not a right.

A little quote to put in your pocket ; "When good policy is based on bad information, bad things happen," Malik writes.

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