The second point is, technology is contributing to expanding social inequalities. Countries that detain the power of technology are constantly pressing poor countries to adopt conducts which threaten their sovereignty. Today, part of the inequalities between the Global North and South are caused by this. The International Division of Labor reinforced that some countries cannot invest in technology, but must instead buy it from another country. Brazil, for example, has brilliant scientists, but part of them are living and working abroad, because the Brazilian economy is based in agribusiness and commodity exportation.
To conclude, humans are always trying to recreate the world in their own image. But, this artificial creation supported by technology is turning against us day by day. Blade Runner is a movie that helps us to think about it. The movie shows a moment where machines replace humanity. If technology continues to destroy the world, humans will be the first to be destroyed. In many ways it is already happening.