The striking thing about science fiction over the last 70 years is the absence of computers.
In fact it is fair to say that science fiction, until very recently, entirely missed computers.
This is no surprise as the future is inherently unpredictable.
We are, for instance, good at extrapolating in a straight line, but our imagination fails when faced with exponential growth.
And technology is on an exponential growth path, so even science fiction can't show us the future.
And the Free Market also can't show us the future, as the Free Market is inherently unpredictable.
So the future will be a surprise.
However over the millennia we have developed a way of dealing with the unpredictable future, and surprisingly, that is morality.
So when we don't know what to do, we follow moral rules.
This is important because morality does not depend on consequences.
Morality is concerned with means and not ends.
Morality says, unequivocally, that the end does not justify the means.
And it is for this reason that morality is our best guide to the future.