One is the separation of the craftsman from the end product.
Open the pod bay door Hal.
I'm sorry Dave, i'm afraid i can't do that.
HAL, I won't argue with you anymore. Open the doors.
Dave, this conversation can serve no purpose anymore. Goodbye.
All my technology is a bit like Hal. Even my bloody washing machine.
Invasion of one's privacy. How many unwanted photos have been taken because of the stupid camera phone. I won't even get into texting and driving or cellphone calls made in the most public places. People have taken relatively good ideas that have come out of modern technology and have ruined them forever, essentially a pandora's box that will never be closed.
As Rick Springfield once sang, "We all need the human touch".....in some ways we are closer due to all the tech....but there's the danger of lack of social integration in the real world...
Also.....we RELY on things so much.....for some people, if a digital clock goes down they can't tell the time with "hands" on their clock.....can't add up without a calculator.....can't write....haven't got a pen/pencil in the house....can't spell without a word check....
It makes people lazy...