Yes, society is too dependent on computers and smart phones everyone is always on their phone at some point throughout the day some people cannot even hold a conversation because they are used to being on their phone. Free essay: are we too dependent on technology eric tracy eng 122 angela temple may 3rd, 2010 are we too dependent on technology if you were to ask. And now to the answer of the topic, yes we are too much dependent on technology it has become a need of today’s society technology includes machines and it would not be wrong to say humans have become machines.
Too much dependence on computers has led to people being comfortable, and trust that their information is safe in the computers almost everywhere in the world people use computers the use of smart-cards is computerized, traffic lights are computerized, bank doors, manufacturing companies have robots that are run by computers. Too dependent we have become too dependent on computers for answers, personal interactions, and we spend way too much time on them if we used the computers for learning and as a tool this issue wouldn't be as big the sad truth is that people use this great tool for an easy way to get out of face to face interactions with other people.
We have become dependent on others on the social network platform other than social networks, technology has taken over our lives where we depend on smart phones to wake us up each morning in case of any breakdowns in the technology, the damage can be massive for example loses of a job since the alarm did not ring, in return you get fired. Signs that a person is too dependent on technology technology is a wonderful thing and there is no doubt that we’re currently living in the age of technological advancements it should come as no surprise that almost every aspect of our lives are now evidently becoming dependent on these complex devices.
Social networking sites like facebook make us feel like we are friends with people, when really we hardly know more about them than what they choose to share online real conversations have been replaced with likes and short, generic comments on status updates.