The problem of man and technology is almost always stated in the wrong way.

It is said that humanity has evolved lopsidedly, growing in technical power without any comparable growth in moral integrity…

What is the real sociological long term impact of the Silicon Valley disruptive new technology companies?

What are the long term impacts going to be with Automation, AI and other hyper-connected processes dehumanizing social interactions and most likely eliminating certain jobs and skills?

When will the Silicon Valley investors come to terms with their crisis of conscience? Or will they ever realize it and be aware of the future impacts of their actions?

There is a big social and conscientious dilemma here. But greed and self centered egotistical mentalities prevail… but for how long?

Interesting article form Quartz: