It is well known from the history of technology that the invention of new things was always problematic. In the 15th century for example, in which Gutenberg has invented the first printing press, the world wasn't pleased. Instead the Luddite movement was doing everything to destroy his work. As far as I know from the history lesson, Gutenberg was recognized in his time as an evil sorcerer and the printing press as work of the devil.
This development was in later decades also visible. At first, a great invention was done for example the first steam driven car, and the ordinary people don't understand the technology and were in fear of it.
A modern form of technology is computing and especially artificial intelligence. From a technical point of view, it is one of the most important inventions ever, and this might result into a very strong possible form of rejection. Some people in the world are not excited by Artificial Intelligence. They not want any sorts of robots and intelligent machines.
The terminology itself is well known. The fundamental rejection of new technology because of religious or moral reasons is called Luddism or Neoluddism. Because the technophobic Ned Ludd has destroyed a while ago two stocking frames. After this episode, every rant against technology is called after him. But what I do not understand the motivation behind it. Did Ned Ludd thought, that he can change the world if he destroyed a machine? Did he believe that mankind will become good if no Gutenberg printing press are used? The problem is that, for example, if the first steam engine was never invented, also the following inventions like the internet and intelligent machines wouldn't have been invented. But what would be the alternative? What is the perspective of Ned Ludd, how does he see the better tomorrow, if no technology innovation is allowed?