The "Super" car article got me thinking, when should technology stop? If you look at the pieces of tech in cars today their purpose is to make up for the weakness of the population. Voice activation is meant to keep your eyes on the road, back up camera's are meant to show you areas that you can physically see your self, airbags are built to protect your fleshy body, and automatic transmissions are more consistent and just as (if not more) fuel efficient as its manual counterpart. But it all comes at a cost, literally and figuratively. At what point does the cost outweigh the possible benefits.

Oppo QOTD: When Should Technology Stop?