We are walking blindly into a future where we are monitored, tracked, and understood on an incredibly forensic level. I find that concerning.
The robots want us to be robots and work at maximum capacity all the time.
It is easier if we want to be predictable, but I don’t want to be predictable. If you think about what makes you, what constitutes who you are, what you buy, where you go to college, to have something predict everything, it erodes your agency and human autonomy.
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