Does data can take human-being word? Or does human can work by using his or her mind to do work without data? These questions about data are the most important for me. In “the world is too much with us” by William Wordsworth the author describes that the revolution of all machine and data is making human to be more materialistic. Is there data also changes human behavior? I am wondering to know more about those questions.
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