In the middle of Kurukshetra, sits baffled Arjun on his chariot. With a mind- overwhelmed with deep sorrow, he casts asides his ‘Gandeev’ and arrows. His dejection is growing because of the fear of losing his friends and relatives in the course of an impending war and subsequent sins attached to such actions.
Over two million years, human beings have experienced and achieved so many feats that today they proudly enjoy the most comfortable life they could ever imagine. Thanks to the advancements in technology in recent decades. While many other living species still wander in forests, humans have started their journey of exploring the space. After conquering land and seas, today, human aspire to conquer vacuum. No doubt, the technology they posses is surely going to make their mission of conquest successful within few centuries, if not few scores. But still, the pertinent question remains, ‘What if the same technology snatches the most precious asset human beings posses- the ability to think and analyze?’