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JCR. 2020; 7(16): 1512-1521


Premsankar Manickavasagam.

Nature feeds all in an enormous way for the benefit of human beings and living creatures with the
concept of ecology behavior. Charles Robert Darwin (Naturalist) stated the evolution of human mankind is from
apes however in the current practice the technology is the creator as well as the destroyer for behavior in human
being and environment. Ephemeral conditions prevail with the advancement of technology. Even though, the
technology paved the way for business change the behavior is totally abstruse. The higher the technology
dependable factor the bane is not too far for humans and nature. As per the online reports 13 tonnes of water is
used to produce a single Smartphone leading to scarcity of water which in turn implicated to global warming.
The author in this paper finds the bombastic situation with technology causing emotional sickness in reacting to
cross situation and health issues like aging. The author is coining a new term Anthropoid Mechanic Syndrome
(AMS), due to consistent implications of technology in day to day activities. The analysis was found that human
stress factor caused by technology is circumvent to lose the self freedom of expression indulging in contravene
situation. As per secondary data Asia is a biggest hub for technology growth but the mission created by
technology revolutionize even the human creator to a different behavior triggering natural disaster. Technology
proves to be the hegemony in the forecasting years and acting as a liaison between the human behaviour and
business environment.

Key words: Bombastic, Stress, Anthropoid.

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