The fear of technology has been around for as long as technology itself, and like technology itself, this fear is always changing. There is evidence of “technophobia” — the technical name for this affliction — in every age and in every part of the world. However, it is perhaps reaching a peak in modern society. Americans are more afraid of technology than death, suggests research conducted in 2019. Specifically, they fear what technology will do in the future. Many of Americans’ greatest fears concern the state of tomorrow.
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