The computer nowadays has invaded every office table replacing the piles of physical files and scattered pages that used to give a very scrambled look to the desks. But now the scenario has completely been morphed into a rather posh and elegant establishment from a dingy zone of outdated files that keeps pestering the contemporary owner of the table to whom it has been allotted for that span of time. If we ask the new generation to work on those sort of scattered and haphazard tables, they might commence avoiding facing the person who asked for it. The computer desktops have given a completely new face to the working stations which ultimately changed the ambiance of the offices for the employees.
But there are still some places that seem to have no effect of these upgradations on them. These are the government offices where the working stations can still be seen at sixes and sevens with dilapidated chairs aimlessly occupied by snoozing employees who hardly work. They seem to have no expectations from their current work and the stomach is perhaps the only reason behind their unnatural diligence towards work. The computer to them is the invention that hinders the mental ability of an individual by interfering with its critical and logical agility to make him or her dumb.
Every invention of creation that is literally meant to ease our lives does have some pros and cons indeed. They do make us dependant on them for most of our works but the scientist and inventors don’t do it because they wanted the users to go lame or redundant. The sole purpose of such creations is just to make the life of the people comfortable and easy. This increases productivity and makes you capable of performing multiple tasks at the same time. The result produced by these inventions are more accurate and can rely upon even without cross-checking it which I personally think is more efficient and quick than the tasks performed manually.
There are plenty of instances set can be cited to prove the importance of the computers in our day to day life. We have creations like binomial distribution calculator which makes the work of the professionals a cakewalk who deals with such calculations on a daily basis. Binomial distribution calculator creates a table of the binomial distribution for given parameters and displays graphs of the distribution functions and cumulative functions. It not only helps the professionals but also the students in upper grades pursuing specialization particularly in mathematics, physics and computer science.
I would rather prefer emphasizing on the pros rather than the cons that come glued to it. The computer has indeed made our life easier and has increased the efficiency of the work by increasing productivity.
So instead for cursing it for interfering with our critical and logical ability, we should try making the most out of it. Use it or lose it. It entirely depends on us how we see it. Do we see it as a bane or we see it as a boon?
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