The Dominican believes that the health crisis, which has shown how fragile mankind is, should be an opportunity to rethink our use of technology.
Éric Salobir lives at the crossroads of the worlds. This Dominican friar lives at the crossroads of the worlds. This Dominican friar rubs shoulders daily with the giants of technology, in the heart of Silicon Valley, a veritable Tower of Babel of the 21st century. A way of going to the "peripheries", at the call of the Pope? In an unusual book, God and Silicon Valley (Buchet-Chastel), he seeks a delicate balance between fascination and anathema. Technology, he argues, is not the modern golden calf we would like to believe, but neither will it open the gates to paradise.