What I think, and this does not have to be true, is that the problem is not the technology, it is the human species itself as it perceives it.
Technology is made to make our lives easier, but like the example of the knife, I can peel a potato, or kill someone. The knife is not the culprit. Humans in their psyches in a normal world must use technology to do good things, to bring about real world human relationships. For example, your family, your friends that you have offline, you met them first in the real world, and therefore you are those relationships with them when they travel far away and you communicate with them and you share photos and all that. But it is not the opposite, many sick people looking for friends in chat rooms, the love of their life and they run a great risk of entering a vicious circle of disaffection filling their lives with likes and there is no lack of perverts who take advantage of that and hurt them.
Now, I conceive the internet as a big garbage dump, and it's up to us to know where to go to find what our interests are. But being a big garbage dump, many people consume garbage, pornography, and waste their time in vain things. I try to focus on things that I like and have learned, that I certainly would not have learned in real life by not attending an educational institute.
It usually happens that in this community, for example, you begin to see constants of people writing something about what you are passionate about, and I can cite names as such, and to some extent a relationship is established, but not beyond ones and zeros, and most likely when someone dies, no one will know about it or cry over it. And I think many have already died.
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