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This has always been true — but rarely has it been more evident or more constantly experienced. This is an astonishing, disconcerting, delightful thing: the crowd in the cloud becoming a stream of shared consciousness. Second, there is the question of how we see ourselves. Human nature is a baggy, capacious concept, and one that technology has altered and extended throughout history. Digital technologies challenge us once again to ask what place we occupy in the universe: what it means to be creatures of language, self-awareness and rationality.
Rightly, fearfully, falteringly, we are beginning to ask what transforming consequences this latest extension and usurpation will bring. I call these anxieties entwined because, for me, they come accompanied by a shared error: the overestimation of our rationality and our autonomy. This is one view of human-machine interactions. I'm highly impressed with the way this repair shop is ran between there ability to communicate with their customers as well as sense of urgency in finishing up their work orders with quality service.
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