Technology to do things for us we can - and perhaps ought to be doing - do for ourselves. Astonishing, really. At a glance, all of this stuff seems reasonable. Maybe a shoe that auto-ties itself. Trousers that auto-zip. Pens that write as you speak (exists on the computer, of course). Chips in the brain and eyes, to allow us Google searches right inside our heads, with merely a glance. Toilets that examine stool and check for vitamin deficiencies and, according to what it finds you lack, it orders the required food via online purchase (exists).
I wonder, though, where it ends?
If it keeps going - what, then? Would this be a normal morning? -> Alarm clock to wake you up, and a second object to make your breakfast. You're then fed with an auto-feeding spoon, attached to a device that opens and closes your mandible, effectively chewing for you. While you eat, a new device in the bed bathes you, scrubs you and then clothes you. The bed comes up at an angle, allowing you to slide directly off the foot of the bed and into shoes placed just-right by yet another device. We step forward, once, and onto a device like a skateboard that moves us around the house, using an advanced collision detection system to where we need to go. Morning paper? Unnecessary! The chip that enables you to have Google-at-a-glance in your brain also pulls in news from various feeds and, instead of you actually reading it, it's simply committed to memory for you, ensuring you're on the global up-and-up.
We can then do absolutely nothing but exist as totally inert chunks of human protoplasm.
Because, if so, I want none of it.