machines and humans

China
December 1, 2012 8:49am CST
With the development of science and technology,machines are being used in almost all areas of our lives.Considering the importance of machines many people can not help asking whether machines will finally take the place of human beings. As to this question,there are mainly two different answers.One group of people thinks that some automatic machines,such as computers will take the place of men in many ways because they give human a great deal of help.However ,other people don not think so.They believe that human beings are the decisive factor in production and can never be replaced by any kind of machine. Dear my friends,what do you think?machines can replace human begings?
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@betty1989 (752)
• China
1 Dec 12
machine can never replace human beings. Just as you said, human being is the decisive factor in production. Without human beings, how computer comes. I admit that computer today do a lot of work for us and computers do improve our work effiency. But a series activities on computer are set by engineer. human beings are creative all the time. SO I will never believe human beings will be replaced by any kind of machine.
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@HuaZhao (457)
• China
3 Dec 12
I agree with you. Human beings invent machines. And there are always some jobs machines can not do.
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• United States
25 Apr 13
Well, to start, machines will more than likely not replace humans. However, technology has exceeded what alot of people can even comprehend. It might make sense that humans and machines would merge, creating an entirely different race of being. There's always a twist!
• Philippines
11 Jan 13
Technology is really good and machines are always a big help... But humans will never be replaced ever by machines. We used machines but without humans obviously there will be no machines... The life of machines is operated by human. We operate machines and humans made machines. No matter how high the technology is... Still human is the maker and not the machine.
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@Emre1206 (41)
• Turkey
4 Jan 13
Machines can replace human beings provided that they are used by people who are selfish but as long as they are used for the goodness of mankind they won't be able to take the control.
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@AdalieM (1137)
• United States
1 Jan 13
If you think about it, machines have replaced many human tasks in factories, military services and planes, but I don't think machines will entirely replace human beings. We still need care givers, pilots to flight machines. However, robots are better workers compared to humans and better at a number of things--they don't get sick, LOL
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@Hatley (154938)
• Garden Grove, California
20 Feb 13
hi lucy no humans wil;l;s till be need to use ther machines and too some thingsa cannot be done by machine byut by we humans with our nice healthy brains. so machines have their place but man will never be replaced by machines as some things machines can never do.
@Hatley (154938)
• Garden Grove, California
20 Feb 13
i did edit this but only half of it took no humans will still be needed to use their machines'and too some things cannot be done by machines but by we humans
@asliah (11149)
• Philippines
22 Apr 13
yes that is true,machines is always we used in our daily routines starting from the house going to travel and in our work,it because we all know that in the help of machines our life becomes more easy and more comfortable.those heavy work become easy.
@checkmail (2042)
• India
3 Mar 13
Hello Lucy123456 this is checkmail and think Humans do hold an upper hand in comparison to machines as most of them are invested by Humans. Even computers are an invention of human, they required to be programmed in order to work automatically. On other hand deteriorating human health makes machines far more better than humans. Machines cna replace humans in many activities but with human will.
@johndur (3050)
• Pasig, Philippines
25 Feb 13
in my point of view,i dont think machines can ever replace a human being.they are created for human to have more comfort and faster works done.but having them to replace humans i dont think so, even those machines that have artificial intelligence is still no match for the human brain in fact no machine can even beat the human brain.
@toyota4k (1212)
• Philippines
12 Jan 13
I don't think computers will take the place of man completely in a sense wherein a human would still be in control of these computers. In short, man is the operator of the computer. If it bogs down, man repairs it.