We both somewhat agree with Navneet Alang. We both utilize digital devices daily and we acknowledge the impacts they have on our lives. We related to her in the sense when she said that she used Alexa and how we use Siri. They can’t totally replace humans but they do seem to assist us in ways that is similar to humans which can still offer the support someone needs if they want someone to talk to. We both believe that since technology is always evolving, it will always find it’s way into our daily lives and so we can’t help but to evolve with it. Due to the coronavirus, there has been a lot of reasons to do things online. Although there are some setbacks to doing school online than in person, there have been some interesting developments in technology in and out of what we can use for school. So on one note, we all have developed better understanding of how to use technology such as zoom or other video calling methods. And because of this, we may have also learned to explore and discover different tips and tricks while using the computers and laptops since we are having to use them more often. Outside of school, technology has developed such as the development with an IPM machine which uses a high performance computer to help researchers form new treatments for the coronavirus. As well as utilize another technological advancement of an Abbott device which can help detect the COVID-19 virus in people in as little as 5 minutes. Even though such equipment is expensive and not so open for public use, they still signify development in our digital devices that have been made for current times and the future which shows the overall need of evolving technology.