We live in a world where technology is somewhat an inevitable reality. And why not admit, while we’re at it, that this digital revolution has also greatly increased our everyday comfort? We now have smartphones capable of remote control over an array of other smart objects: from coffee machines to thermostats, from surveillance systems to connected toilets and so on.

We are always connected, perhaps too connected. We are constantly looking for the sexiest and the most user-friendly app in order to make our lives simpler. And as such, we’ve signed a pact with devil without even realizing it. The consequence? We are now heading at the speed of light towards a fusion between humans and machines.

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