Ultimately, nature is simply 'what is', that's it, so there's no overcoming what is, otherwise that would be a contradiction. It would be like asking what happens when what is isn't. Alice in wonderland awaits.
The word 'overcome' is the word that prevents the question having meaning. Values are constructs, so it's like saying do you think abstractions have overcome nature? Technology is conceptualised as manmade, opposed to natural, but then where did man come from but nature? It's all ultimately natural.
I do think our power in technology has outgrown our wisdom in managing it, and our values continue to distract us from locating our wisdom. Simply, we have forgotten that we're god, which I mean as a metaphor for the experience of no-self. Jesus hadn't forgotten, nor had Buddha, nor had Alan watts or krisnamurti. These people were all trying, gently and without attaching to any expectation, to break our ego-reinforcing habits in order to balance global power with global wisdom.