If so then it is simply a sociological challenge humanity will have to deal with like so many others. I recall your point being made about the telephone and people not having face to face communication. Ready to give up yours?
One of my greatest regrets as a parent is that my kids can't play outside as much as I did as a kid. When I was young I would head out in the morning, come back for lunch and head out again until the street lights came on. When my kids go out to play I have to watch them. I mean maybe I don't, but given all we read about kidnappings, assaults, I would find it too difficult to live with the guilt if something did happen. Thus it almost seems a response to the society that has come to be that technology allows my son to play an interactive video game with friends dozens of mile apart or even other states will talking to them over head phones.
If the human interaction our generation had is necessary I am confident we will move back towards it, if not, then we won't. Human technology is as much a part of human lives as human interaction.