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大作文题目：Today, more and more people use robots to do tasks at home and at work. Do you think it is a positive or negative development?
外教范文：(In total: 256 words)
（范文由环球教育加拿大国籍外教 Khalid Hasmath 老师本人执笔创作，仅供学术交流。）
It is unquestionable that the field of robotics has undergone a sizeable transformation, particularly during the past several decades. Nevertheless, despite the plentiful advantages brought to humanity, certain disadvantages exist, which will both be discussed in greater detail. (38 words)
With regards to the pros of robotics in the home, these appliances can certainly allow individuals to save time from doing repetitive housework and mundane chores. Instead, families have the opportunity to spend a greater amount of time together rather than cleaning, cooking or washing. In the workplace, robots have ensured that manufacturing and daily operations have become efficient, error-free and cost-effective processes for enterprises. Employees can also use the latest technological devices to ensure their work is completed effectively, boosting their productivity and improving returns. (86 words)
On the contrary, having a wide range of robots in the home makes people lazy and sluggish, leading to the development of a poor work ethic. This phenomenon might be more prevalent in children who grow up without learning about a variety of survival skills including cooking, cleaning and keeping a respectable home. With respect to the business world, the widespread usage of robots has led to massive unemployment in a vast number of fields. This rampant increase in automation has rendered hundreds of millions of workers unemployable, scrambling to find jobs to suit their skillset. (96 words)
All in all, robots are certainly a welcome addition to any home or workplace as their benefits tend to outweigh any drawbacks. Nonetheless, there are consequences that need to be faced for individuals and businesses alike. (36 words)
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