Maybe the automation is a paradigm shift on par with the introduction of agriculture replacing the hunter and gatherer way of living?
Then, some hunter and gatherer were perhaps also making a "luddite" arguments: "Nah, there will always be sufficient forrests/wildlife for everyone to live on. No need to be afraid of the these agriculturites. We have been hunting and gathering for millenia. That'll never change."
Dealing with this problem for a couple of years now. The Workplace Resource guys just don't care about all the evidence I have collected so far. The cheaper open seating environment seems to work for them, in terms of saving money. Lost productivity is nothing they're measured on.
Does this mean when I'm listening via headphones and I turn my head that an accoustical source will stay in the same absolute direction, or does it stay in the same direction relative to my (turning) head which is today's headphone experience?