Eleven Reasons To Be Excited About The Future of Technology

In the year 1820, a person could expect to live less than 35 years, 94% of the global population lived in extreme poverty, and less that 20% of the population was literate. Today, human life expectancy is over 70 years, less that 10% of the global population lives in extreme poverty, and over 80% of people are literate. These improvements are due mainly to advances in , beginning in the industrial age and continuing today in the information age.

 

Curated from medium.com

It’s worth thinking about the positive impact technology could have on our lives. This article shows the possibilities (that are already here). Learning is a big part of this . . .

   

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