I dunno Robin. Among my closest acquaintances, two are overt supporters of our controversial President. One of them is not very educated and a technophobe. The other is a PhD who can fine tune very sophisticated, computerized instrumentation. Education and technological prowess don't always map directly to personal politics.
these days all the kids seem to drawn by this new trend , it's every-where , our translation devices , voice recognition , statistical banking ... it's all over the place . it seems like our old ways may see a drastic change some time soon . could this lead to a third industrial revolution ? or is it over-hyped ?
or is it over-hyped ?
As it did 40 years ago and again 20 years ago it depends on the playground.
... Anything more complex may or may not work but is extremely fragile. This is a great example...https://boingboing.net/2017/08/07/nam-shub-of-enki.html