2025 and Technology’s New Normal
Asked to consider what life will be like in 2025 in the wake of the outbreak of the global pandemic and other crises in 2020, some 915 innovators, developers, business and policy leaders, researchers, and activists responded. Their broad and nearly universal view is that people’s relationship with technology will deepen as larger segments of the population come to rely more on digital connections for work, education, health care, daily commercial transactions, and essential social interactions.
Please join Lee Rainie, from the Pew Research Center, as he unravels what these experts project, and what it means for innovation in America.
Presented by the Silicon Valley Leadership Group Foundation — Center for California Innovation.
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Lee RainieDirector, Internet and Technology Research, Pew Research Center
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