This really is going to be an open ended question since there really is two sides of the coin on this argument. Over the years technology has been improved to help with everyday problems. However, the keyword we should focus on is help and not takeover. Solving problems should always be done with humans, and that is one of the biggest reasons why computers have yet to take over the world. Every day in schools we use technology in many ways, but one of the ways they are being used might be controversial to some parents.
There are no two students alike, and as such no one student can be based on a standardized assessment. Using technology to judge and assess students in this manner might help the teachers to get through the mountain of work they need to do, but should they really leave this to technology instead of assessing students themselves? Unless new technology comes about, which takes into account all the difference of students, this area of assessment is still better left to the teachers, in my books. However, I will not be surprised if new technology comes about in the near future to take this workload off their hands.