Technology is seductive and is a double-edged sword. It can be a useful tool to connect, or it can be a brutal weapon to control. If technology is the servant and if it is used with wisdom to enhance human relationships, without polluting the environment and without wasting natural resources, then technology can be good. But if technology becomes the master, and human creativity and ecological integrity are sacrificed on the altar of technology, then technology becomes a curse.

In the recent past, New York governor Andrew Cuomo, Bill Gates of Microsoft, and former Google CEO Eric Schmidt ...


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