If you’re like me, you're probably always connected to the world, whether it’s on your smart-phone, on your computer at work, or just relaxing on your couch with your laptop nearby.

In a recent interview, Steve Wozniak, one of the founders of Apple talks about how humanity is losing control on a recent tour of the Computer History Museum. From CNN:

"We're dependent on it," he said at the museum, which holds one of the world's largest collections of vintage computers and sits about six blocks from Google's headquarters. "And eventually, we are going to have it doing every task we can in the world, so we can sit back and relax."

I think Steve is under the assumption that robots might take over the world!

"All of a sudden, we've lost a lot of control," he said. "We can't turn off our internet; we can't turn off our smartphones; we can't turn off our computers."

"You used to ask a smart person a question. Now, who do you ask? It starts with g-o, and it's not God," he quipped.

Check out the full article, and video from the walk around of the new exhibit at CNN.com.

via - CNN.com