However, at what point do we cross the threshold of enough convenience?
I think this is sometimes my frustration with technology.
Sohrab Osati

When we humans are left to pursue much more impressive things than ordering a ride on our phones. When technology responds with near flawless accuracy to the context of our circumstances. I reordered cat food today by asking Alexa. Tomorrow it will show up at my door and I’ll have reallocate an hour of my life on much more meaningful things like spending time with family, reading a book… or maybe just catching up on Game of Thrones (which is still more meaningful ;))

I tend to think of this next phase as “augmented” intelligence. There is basically an ambient layer of information and services that aid and enhance the human operator. It’s the Internet with way less clicks, taps, and menial deliberate intention.

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