Exponential technologies, or technologies whose performance-to-cost ratio grows faster than the pace of Moore’s law, are drastically changing the modern world by propelling society forward, often with unexpected consequences (Arena, 2014; Briggs & Shingles, 2015). Examples of exponential technologies include artificial intelligence, quantum computing, and cybersecurity. These technologies challenge previously held systems in society (Briggs & Shingles, 2015). For instance, Tesla allows consumers to bypass car dealerships by selling directly to customers, while companies like Uber and Lyft are largely replacing taxi cabs.