This paper explicates Stiegler's critical diagnoses of digital information technology and his solutions to it, and examines their significance. Algorithmic governance and total automation are based on the concept of computability and information as amount of data. They capture the attention to life, resulting in the impoverishment of intellectual capacity and knowledge. Therapeutic work is required to restore the ability of knowledge so that creative activities utilizing technological automatism can be carried out. According to Stiegler, technological objects as exteriorized exosomatic hyper- material memory are pharmakon(poison/remedy). In order to transform the potential of the digital associated milieux as a poison to that as a remedy, and to derive non- automated capabilities from automated technology, we need to rethink the relationship between technology and knowledge from the perspective of sharing and inheriting knowledge and caring for life, not from the perspective of profit-seeking calculations.