The digital revolution and all that came with it – the internet and connected devices – is arguably the most disruptive technological shift in human history. Unlike other great innovations that propelled humankind to greater heights, the internet, combined with advances in computational powers, has profoundly altered human behaviours, particularly the way we interact. This disruptive quality of digital technology goes right to the core of what it means to be human. So what does ‘progress’ mean and how can we live ‘faithfully’ in the digital age?
About the Author:
Jean Pierre Casey is a Managing Director at a major international bank, based in London. He is also a Visiting Professor in the Economics Department at the College of Europe in Bruges.