Technology is making us stupid

We humans have very little foresight and tend to react only when things escalate to the point where we are about to get into imminent danger. Take cars for example. Between modern car manufacturers and the computer industry, the greatest investment in recent times is in the adaption of technology into vehicles, most of it aimed at taking human skill out of the equation in return for marketing advantage that appeals to consumer laziness or worse – ineptitude. In an era where we don’t

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