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How social interaction with other humans influences the way we interact with machines

Society has become increasingly rude. No matter how much we yearn for friendship in others, most people will ask for favors without returning them, which makes us irritable and full of hatred towards those people. People crave the advantages they can get from others more than the promise of simple friendship or loving companionship. So what do we usually do to fix this problem? Read on to find out.

This is where computers come into the picture. We use tablets, laptops, PCs, iPads and more! We prefer these to direct interaction with other humans for the reasons I already mentioned.

People also love to play games as well as type, print and scan documents on the machines. In addition, they like to interact on social networks, I like it comment and post on them, chat with who you like, stop chatting with who you don’t like, delete contacts you don’t like, find new friends, and the cycle repeats.

The same thing happens with cell phones. We can block the people we condemn from reaching us and talk to those who resonate with us.

In PC’s, computers, laptops and even cell phones, there is also access to the powerful realm of the Internet. So we like to search for things we like, look up information when we’re at work, or buy things from Amazon or other similar online shopping sites.

In that way, social interaction with other humans has become even less meaningful compared to what it actually was thirty or forty years ago.

In the early days of our grandfathers and grandmothers, family ties were stronger and their children depended on each other and on friends their own age for valuable time. They played together and had conversations that made them grow and mature in a better way.

On the other hand, digital devices have come to lull children and adults of the new generation, as they work on them without having to have parents to constantly take care of their children. But parents have the role of keeping an eye on their children and knowing what kind of games they are playing on computers, what cartoons and movies they are watching and what they are browsing. It is up to parents to raise their children with the best education, teaching them moral and ethical values ​​no matter what.

In short, yes, digital devices are taking up most of our and our children’s precious time. However, there is great value and meaning in direct interaction with other people, such as family, colleagues, friends, acquaintances, and even strangers. The human touch rather than the touch of devices makes life more meaningful, but the opposite is becoming a reality as the world shrinks every day.


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