The broad concept of meds have evolved. Only not in the fun 'monkey to brain other monkey with a femur' kind of way.
Regardless of where you are on the political hypercube, we can all agree that fake news has become a real problem.
After a year when everything that could have gone wrong went wrong, it's not surprising that a few Nervous Nellies have gone into apocalypse mode.
We as a society tend to lose our minds over any crackpot idea, no matter how obviously flawed and ultimately unworkable it is.
Once we realized our phones were great for smartening up, we assumed everything else would work better with computers in them. We were wrong.
Being a YouTube celebrity sounds like a pretty awesome deal, right? Well ...
While we fret about the cloud and our emails, randos keep waltzing into 'secure' areas using all the criminal guile of blind toddlers on an Easter egg hunt.
Several websites you've probably used today required a whole bucket of turd polish before they finally found their way.
I'm no fancy-pants marketing executive, but off the top of my head, I think it would behoove Samsung to consider the following.
The widespread adoption of these cars has potentially even greater implications than just murdering every single one of us. Even world changing ones.
The internet had such promise.
All of this computer magic is at the tip of your fingers - leave it there.