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We are becoming increasingly dependent on computers. They are used in businesses, hospitals, crime detection and even to fly planes. Is this dependence on computers are good thing or should we be more suspicious of their benefits?

Last decades have brought us very clever and useful high-tech devices - the computers, which sharply intruded almost in all spheres of our life. We start to use them for shopping, for making diagnosis in hospitals, in industries and rely on them even in air while travelling on planes. In my opinion though, their field of work should be limited and be under strict control of human.

No doubt, computers and similar technologies make our life easier and more effective. They are accurate (their mistakes can be tragic but really not so frequently to compare with human's work), incredibly quick in processes and never getting tired. Moreover, these devices are never under stress, alcohol abusing and never rob you on own wish. They are obedient robots who always do what you want from them.

But there is another side of coin, of course. If judge computers themselves, you will certainly find - their work can't be so flexible in decisions. Especially, when the situation turns strange or out of rules, these cleverest machines become absolutely useless and stupid. And I recommend, they should be strictly avoided in hospitals, where diagnosis is made not only according patients complains but more according other subjective signs noticed by qualified doctor.

To go forward, the replacement of people's places in some specialities by electronics could have devastation result on economic and increase level of unemployment all around the world. This should certainly be taken in account during invention any new technology.

To sum up, I never want to devaluate the meaning of high tech devices for our progress, but still concerned their work should be under strict control and be double-checked by trained person in difficult situations.

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