I get this, I actually felt the same way. I still maintain an old 86 Toyota MR2. Mid engined, RWD, no ABS... A hoot to drive. However it certainly isn't my daily driver, and my eyes were opened when buying a new car.
I thought, BAH! begone with your technological answers to questions I didn't have. I don't want a car that parks itself. But what I've found is that my car will now beep if a pedestrian is about to walk behind my vehicle when reversing out of a parking spot. I've never reversed into anyone before, but is this warning a bad thing? Does it make me a worse driver? I now try to make sure it doesn't beep.
My car will now has front collision avoidance. If I'm following a car and it starts slowing down to the point where a collision is imminent my car will break to avoid a collision. Has this ever happened to me? No. Is it something to complain about? Would I think I'm a horrible driver if it ever did kick in? Yes I probably would, and I'd also thank my lucky stars that it a potential collision was potentially avoided?
Are you so much in control that you can never make a mistake? Never look down to change the radio station? Never look at a your passenger? If that's all true, then maybe you are the automated system that's in my car.
I now welcome the technology.