Dominic Basulto writes for The Washington Post about the myth of the dystopian future, dating back to the Greek plays and still today filling up seats in theaters worldwide.
As science advances more and more, technology becomes an essential part of people’s everyday lives. It surrounds us, present every step of the way.
Developing alongside it is a fear of crossing an invisible line and facing the consequences for going too far. Is this fear valid and necessary, or an overblown and uninformed collective reaction?
Read the full article to draw your conclusions.