Here’s the thing though, we create and continue to use technology, any kind of technology, because it is “better” than us at doing something. So, personally I’m not too concerned about this aspect so much because we’re already inferior to all the things around us which are so much better at doing the things that we can sort of do.
I find this to be the most important question staring humanity in the face. Humans will need to re-evaluate all values and come to terms with a new reality. The fear I have is that, previously, when revolutions of such magnitude have happened, humans have responded with conflict and violence that resulted in large scale devastation and suffering until we reached a new understanding and a new equilibrium. Some examples would be the discovery of metal tools, transition from stone to bronze to iron tools, the advent of agriculture, the discovery of fundamental forces etc.
The scary thing (for me) is that, to me, it appears that as a species, we are unable to reconcile our discoveries with our values and definitions of concepts peacefully, and tend to go through difficult transitional periods of high violence and repression perpetrated against each other (not to mention the environment and other species equally sharing the planet with us) before coming to terms with the new normal.