From the article :
“Technology has reached a point where almost every human function has been turned into a business, absolving us of the need to develop the virtues we need to get along.
Activities that were once considered part of the human experience have been outsourced to the Apple store, and it’s a sad indictment of the state of our society…
By making every transaction a seamless, no-friction event, we risk falling into a colourless existence.”
People are falling prey to the “there’s an app for that” mentality. The associated losses in social interaction, only amplifies the dehumanizing effect of dating apps like Tinder et al.
There is much more to complex human interactions than a simple swipe.