Disruptive technologies are often scary, especially to people who fear that the technologies will make their jobs and possibly even their careers obsolete. Imagine how much the carriage driver must have feared—and likely hated—those “horseless carriages” that have revolutionized the way that we travel. What the Luddites fail to grasp is that those new technologies often create more jobs than they supplant. They also free up our time so we can devote ourselves to more satisfying work. After all, who really wants to do a tedious task that a machine can do for us?