Where would you draw the line between laziness and convenience? Or are they the same? Take the remote controller for example: to the respective device, it's been made possible so that you can change settings, volume, channels, tracks, and more to electronic devices. I would imagine that when such an invention came along, the vast majority of consumers thought it was truly innovative and extremely helpful. However, many people find that up-and-coming technological advancements will only have a negative impact on peoples' lives, or more specifically, their health and/or social lives. Such advancements could include things like robots and automated machines. Robots. Often imagined of as synthetic humans or WALL-E looking machines. Almost if not all robotic innovations (as seen on YouTube or the news) seem to be aiming to replace human necessity in certain actions. For example: a robot designed as a servant- sure it's innovative, but it could assume the traditional everyday functions of it's respective owner, and granted that some people do not exercise on a regular basis, this would definitely have a negative effect on their health. Computers and the internet. I widely debatable topic, but I'll leave a few keywords here: gaming, downloading movies, e-mail. Has this technology encouraged people to stay barred into their homes? Or has it had more of a positive impact? Where would you draw the line?