It’s no news that we live in a world where technology is ubiquitous and advancing at an exponential rate. Our society has been so preoccupied with the question of whether or not this will lead to reckless behavior, but it turns out that, thanks to our technological advances, we are actually safer than ever before. In this blog post I’ll discuss why technology breeds safety and not recklessness.
Our security is more efficient than it has ever been. For example, we now have access to apps that can help us avoid traffic and find the quickest routes to our destinations; GPS systems in cars ensure that drivers don’t lose their way even if they take a wrong turn or two; identity theft online is becoming less of an issue as well thanks to technological advancements like fingerprint scanning and facial recognition.
Technology has also made many advancements when it comes to safety in the workplace. For example, according to an article published by Forbes , there are now robots that can perform tasks like welding, painting cars, handling hazardous chemicals or even performing surgery on patients! This is great news for employees because they need not worry about being in danger while on the job.
Technology has even made strides in the area of health and safety. For example, there are now apps that can monitor our heart rate and breathing patterns, alerting us when something seems off; we have access to countless information online about how to stay healthy and prevent injuries; and scientists are constantly working on new ways to improve our health and treat diseases.
So, as you can see, technology does not breed recklessness; on the contrary, it breeds safety. We have more security than ever before thanks to technological advancements, and we are also safer in the workplace and when it comes to our health. So go ahead and embrace technology – it’s here to stay!
Joanne Pion is a geeky girl who loves sci-fi. She’s been reading science fiction since she was nine years old and has always dreamed of being an author herself. In her free time, Joanne enjoys watching Doctor Who, playing Dungeons and Dragons with friends, and traveling the world to visit places that have inspired her favorite TV shows.