Any fool can go on and on about techno-babel and most of us are not prepared to call them on their nonsense.
Fairly similar to Witch Doctors and Shamans.
Any field of human study that requires a vocabulary that is incomprehensible to the average citizen is a base sham.
In the past it was the priestly castes, and now it is the Legal, IT, and HR castes (to name but a few) who have followed suit.
There is no reason we cannot all speak the same language.
There is no shortage of egotistical jackasses who strive to reach an imagined state of grace by spouting crap in a lexicon that no one understands but are too intimidated to question.
Y2K stands as defining example of how techno-frauds are able to manipulate us.
We need to insist that all of these so-called professionals speak in a language we can understand.
There is never a reason for us to say: "I don't understand this ****, but this guy seems to know what he is talking about."
There are, undoubtedly, advanced concepts that the average Joe may not be able to comprehend, but such concepts, rarely if ever, are cogent in terms of public policy.
Democracy places greater value in the judgment of the averge Joe than a small body of the Elite.
It probably slows down some important advances, but overall it is of the greatest value to mankind.