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Technology is killing creativity in the sense that it is making it more challenging to be creative. This is because of the amount of information and distractions available on the internet. The author concludes that technology is, to some extent, killing creativity but is not dead. It is turning into a contest between man and machine, with a man having the advantage thanks to his creativity, the author says. Technology is an excellent thing for children, but it can also affect their creativity and imagination. Technology has aided in shifting the practice of primarily judging creative ideas by experts.