Grateful For The Nonexistent

As an inevitable outcome of upgrading technology, deciding on what is right or wrong have become harder recently compared to the past. Throughout the history, technology was said to be an enlightment for our future. On the other hand, it is now a current discussion whether it might be the danger which has the ability to bring darkness into our lives.

There are extremely thin borders between using the technology to change the world for the better and using it in a better way. My point is; all the innovations, inventions, discoveries and researches are for our benefit for sure, but is there anyone who is in charge of the possible negative consequences that may occur  because of failing to use technology in a fair way under appropriate circumstances? Actually, the word ‘ethics’ summarises all the things I have mentioned above. This type of a study is quite explanatory for us to comprehend why are all the debates going on over and over again just to make sure something is 100% efficient and right thing to do.

That’s the primary reason why scientists, inventors and all founders of any type of company must have the ability to differenciate what is ethical and what is not. They must have the capacity to eliminate any harmful subject from their findings. Ambition must be gotten rid of and never to be spoken again in a condition that could affect all. With this being said, we should be grateful for all the inventions and innovations that helped us to develop new ideas and to improve ourselves individually or globally. We also should be thankful for the things we have never invented, used or had the idea of it since they might modify the world in a way that we never wish to.

“I’m as proud of many of the things we haven’t done as the things we have done. Innovation is saying no to a thousand things.”

Steve Jobs

Considering the quote; I would like thank future engineers, doctors, scientists, founders, inventors and entrepreneurs for their contributions and desires to make the world a better place. Thank you all for the things you have done but I especially appreciate all the things you haven’t done and instead chose to say ‘no’.

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