I would argue that technology is the reason that we become so lazy.
The robots do have control over the passengers’ lives, however the passengers are lazy enough to let them.
They are told what to do and are always waited on by the robots.
Because of this technology surrounding the passengers they never need to leave their hover chairs to do anything.
Isn't it ironic how the more we try to become socially connected with each other through technology, the more we become socially detached with each other in reality?
One other problem that technology has brought to the table is its effect on physical health.
The Pew Research Center focuses on technology-related things and conducted a survey for 2,462 teachers.
Ninety percent of those teachers believed that technology was causing their students to become more easily distracted with They have to really look them in the eye." Most kids these days don't even communicate face-to-face.
The movie Wall-E shows a lot of compelling technology such as automatic chairs and holograms, but did you notice the effects this technology had on humanity?
When you first see the round, chubby humans in Wall-e, your first instinct was to probably laugh.