Well, technically there’s no such thing as de-evolution. All evolution is evolution. Like, if a cave-dwelling fish species loses the ability to see, that’s evolution. It has fewer capabilities, but also doesn’t have to waste resources building and maintaining useless eyeballs.
But I get what you’re saying. And it depends on your definition of evolution.
We’re evolving culturally and technologically MUCH FASTER than we are evolving genetically. That doesn’t mean we aren’t evolving. We continue to evolve genetically, though a lot of traits (like eyesight, to take a personal example) aren’t being selected for anymore.
But who cares…if we have lenses and lasers that can correct eyesight, what does it matter if people with bad vision end up procreating as much as people with good vision.
So yes, more people who would not have previously survived are surviving today, but calling this “devolution” is the exact opposite of the truth…in fact, it’s the result of much better (and faster) evolution than the Earth has ever seen.
Dangerous? Maybe. Devolution…definitely not.
Feels like a moto.