I see the danger in tech being more about apathy or removedness from compassion, and less about the traditionalism and parochial cultural supremacy associated with fascism. Surely we can have fascists turn to technology as a political means, but the main political thrust of tech doesn't strike me as fascist. It could lead to totalitarian surveillance outcomes, but those don't necessarily need to take on a right-wing culture. Could also be a globalized, nominally progressive institutional culture.The destructive impulse of fascism I fully understand in tech - disrupt, move fast break things, build the new world on the ashes of the old
What I understand less is the other side of fascism - the appeal to traditionalism, return to a mythical golden age - which would seem to be totally at odds with that forward impulse of tech
I think the main dangers of this tech worldview, which I observe in my own thinking frequently, are a predisposition to a technical mode of problem-solving, and a tendency to excessively subordinate present suffering to long-term good.