The Pope warned of a danger that technology could turn people into robots, lacking the basic human instinct to question the meaning of life. "If technology is not ordered to something greater than a merely utilitarian end, then it could soon prove inhuman and even become a potential destroyer of the human race," the pontiff said in his 150-page encyclical. No one from the industry had any thoughts on the subject of techno-evil taking over the world.
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