While humans behave according to their consciousness, machines perform as they are taught.
Whereas it has undoubtedly conferred untold benefits on mankind, it is also associated with certain evils.
Some of these evils are given below: Monotony: Machinery has made the laborer’s work monotonous and irksome.
A man of ordinary means can now enjoy goods and services which were not available even to a rich man in the past. Mobility of Labour: In most industries, the machines used are very similar.
A worker, therefore, can easily move from one industry to another.
Human vs Machine Everyone knows that humans and machines are different.
Machines are the creation of humans, and they were created to make their work easier.
On the other hand, machines have no feelings and emotions.
They just work as per the details fed into their mechanical brain.
The worker has nothing to do except to go on performing a few mechanical operations day in and day out. Loss of Skill: The craftsman with the superior skill had disappeared. The only type of skill that is needed now is to run the machines.
The man who made the Dacca muslin has now only to look after the running of a machine. Goods not Artistic: A painting is a thousand times more beautiful than a photograph.