The Technology Paradox

  1. Use social networks (Orkut, Facebook, MySpace, Friendster, Hi5, etc.)
  2. Search for content to complete a school project.
  3. Look out for pirated media content.
  4. Fill in application forms for various institutions.
Source: McKinsey
A demonstration of Google Duplex
Source: EU GDPR




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