Archive for Day: May 3, 2019

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Future Technology (@MindBlowTech)

If we truly want to understand the potential future interaction between humans and technology, we first need to understand what prevented Nikita Khrushchev and John F Kennedy from blowing the world to smithereens at the height of the Cold War. Six in ten Americans (59{30241556d9f597ef4ecbbd91e2e5e651de900f455d577a713c4d254f80ed90fe}) feel that technological advancements will lead to a future in which people’s lives are mostly better, while 30{30241556d9f597ef4ecbbd91e2e5e651de900f455d577a713c4d254f80ed90fe} believe that life will be mostly worse. This is a community for people who are interested in the technology that is shaping our present and creating our future. Security is a concern, of course, with so many diverse devices in the workplace.

Indeed, men with a college degree have an especially sunny outlook: 79{30241556d9f597ef4ecbbd91e2e5e651de900f455d577a713c4d254f80ed90fe} of this group expects that technology will have a mostly positive impact on life in the future, while just 14{30241556d9f597ef4ecbbd91e2e5e651de900f455d577a713c4d254f80ed90fe} expects that impact to be mostly negative. Some 59{30241556d9f597ef4ecbbd91e2e5e651de900f455d577a713c4d254f80ed90fe} are optimistic that coming …