61 percent millenials believe that technology`s making people less human
New York: A new survey has found about 61 percent millenials (those aged 18-24) believe that it`s currently making people less human.
The survey of 12,000 adults from Brazil, China, France, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan and the US, was commissioned by "Intel Innovation Barometer."
The survey revealed that despite being the digital native generation, 59 percent of millenials felt that society has become just too reliant on technology, the New York Daily News reported.
Indeed, 36 percent younger generation want technology to become more intuitive and contextually aware so that systems, services and devices learn about users and anticipate their needs over time.
The enthusiasm that the millenials lack is made up for by older women.
The survey found that women over 45 years of age are likelier to say that people don`t use enough technology that makes people more human, and helps deepen relationships.
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