After thirty years of personal computing, human interactions have taken on machine-like characteristics. People start curating human relationships akin to how algorithms curate content. This shift leads to a decline in empathetic discourse, as individuals treat others as if they were machines.
We must use machines — generative AI, machine learning, automation — because it provides productivity and extends our facilities. It extends our ability to interact and engage in commerce. But it requires a shift in language, and in human connection, to realize our full potential.
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