Google can damage the brains of its users by offering much help in solving problems, claims a writer of books. "The primary function of a search-engine to provide us instant information, which means people can lose the capacity to store information," said Nicolas Carr, a writer of books. He claims that Google has snatched the ability of our brain.
He also told the BBC that one of the impact of the Internet is now people increasingly difficult to concentrate, for example when reading a book. Nicolas Carr, argued that in order to develop concentration for humans, should sites such as Google have made it more difficult to use, a theory as opposed to competing software makers to make their programs easier. Comment from Carr was thrown shortly after launched Google Instant.
"In many ways, I really admire Google, but I think that they have different views about how we should use our minds," Nicolas said. Nicolas Carr added that satellite navigation means that people will forget the path they can browse previous. He said that the space part of the brain that stores will be replaced by a visual memory device 'GPS'.
Meanwhile, party spokesperson from Google said that the search on the Internet now has become an important part of community life. Internet users want to find quick answers for those questions. "The sooner we can get the information that people want, the more time they can also do for other things. The one in our minds, we will keep trying to make a living from the users becomes much easier, by making us more search-engine quickly and get relevant results than that sought by the users, "added the Google party.