Say you want to throw a big, grandiose party. Maybe you hire a party planner to make sure it’s the best it can be. Why do you hire that party planner?
Because this isn’t her first rodeo. She’s a professional, and she knows how to get the job done. If there was an app that could enhance your event planning expertise, then your party would certainly end up feeling exactly like you have it in your mind… and though this artificially-intelligent party planner app doesn’t exist today, it would greatly enhance what you could do for yourself so you wouldn’t need to spend your hard-earned money on a party planner.
The point is: when we need something done, we ask of ourselves to fulfill that something, or we rely on others. Typically, this involves paying someone for something. A garden hose (’cause you didn’t have the time to make one), a lamp (because you didn’t take shop), or a meal (because you didn’t feel like cooking)… we all pay for these things we want. In most of the world, you can pay money to get pretty much anything you want.
Not having it can greatly decrease your options… thus, often-times becoming a happiness buzz-kill. But you will still pay money for things that you want and can’t do for yourself to change that. And you would download an app that could help you accomplish your goals.
Everyone yearns for whatever their heart desires and will stop at nothing to fulfill personal desires, taking assistance from people or apps. Apps and people being interchangeable here, I conclude that computation makes the world go ’round, whether it be through people or apps.