I’m well over 40, I lived the Web from its very beginning, I code well, I have a good knowledge of machine learning and what people like to call artificial intelligence, I was a data scientist well before that profession became sexy and I used neural networks when they weren’t yet cool, I’m still on top of the latest trends, I have a degree from a top institution, I get invited to talks and it all looks fine and dandy. Too bad I’m terribly tired of technology; it seems to me that all the problems I’m solving range from frivolous to utter nonsense. Until last year I was having fun learning new programming languages and reading about the latest advancements in deep learning, now I’m quite indifferent. Is there anybody else in the same situation? Is there a way to move my career and life away from the madding tech crowd or should I just put up with with it and be thankful for having the right skills at the right time?