Lately, it almost seems technology is tearing society apart, while exacerbating the gaps between rich and poor. Tech moguls aside, consider the recent acts of rage by some San Francisco residents against tech commuters. There is also no shortage of fear of technology and automation eliminating jobs, especially for low-skilled or blue-collar workers. Artificial intelligence is tainted by the biases of the white male programmers developing the algorithms.
Yet, all things considered, there are reasons to be optimistic that technology may also be a powerful force for equality. As has been