The Importance Of Technology On The World

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The internet is just only about 5,000 days old, and by that time it has delivered to people a ton of amazing things that nobody could have predicted in the past such as the real estate list, all kinds of government form, a huge amount of photos and video, satellite of the whole earth, or even a piece of information from the phone number, etc. Kevin has points out that most of people learn how to accepted the change from the internet which is amazing thing changing the world and how easily to accept the impossible once it becomes reality. So he predict that in the next 5,000 days, the internet will be destined to evolve into one giant super computer that can be store, share for all the world’s information. Then we will use the computers, phones or electric …show more content…
By that we should know that the car has built a great technology system to make it driverless and become a fantastic invention. To do that, Google has to put a lot of amazing things into the system of the car and it acting like a human brain. But think about the technology and the power of it by the machine, so should we trust the machine and let’s it act like a human? The answer in my opinion is “No”, there is no machine can even judge the situation better than our brain, the human brain. For example, the system of the car will stop the car when the radar or sensor feel any harmless or danger, but our brain should know which is danger or harmless to run the car, imagine that that the system stop the car when it see the harmless but people keep driving behind then accident will happen or even more dangerous for people. For that, the program or software is going to be cost a lot of money to create the complex situation on the road. The technology of driverless is very great idea but it seem to be costly and can not affordable for people who work hard for money for their

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