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    Technology's Impact on People's Lives Mixedi
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    February 06, 2014 7:59 PM
    Technology is permeating everyday life like never before. Computers, smartphones, 3D printers, new medical devices, sophisticated software, electric cars are now accessible, not only to residents of industrialized nations but to almost everybody else. Will these rapid changes make people’s lives overall better or worse? VOA’s George Putic talked with the co-author of a new book who says - whatever the changes - we better prepare to adjust.

    Technology's Impact on People's Lives Mixed

    Published February 06, 2014

    Technology is permeating everyday life like never before. Computers, smartphones, 3D printers, new medical devices, sophisticated software, electric cars are now accessible, not only to residents of industrialized nations but to almost everybody else. Will these rapid changes make people’s lives overall better or worse? VOA’s George Putic talked with the co-author of a new book who says - whatever the changes - we better prepare to adjust.


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