A lot has been said about technology being an important part of human evolution - that we are more advanced and far better off, as a result.
New evidence suggests that our hyper-connected, always on, ADHD lifestyle is increasing our stress levels and rewiring our brains. Is this a good thing?
Where, exactly, are we headed? Is it true that technology is always a good thing when it comes to human evolution?
We already outsource much of our learning, our memories, and our predictive capabilities to machines, algorithms and data analytics without really understanding the underlying causes, or frameworks, that shape our world.
Is all this really making us smarter?