By  on August 28, 2018

Consumers are still on the fence about new technology. Intel’s newest report, “Next 50,” revealed that 40 percent of shoppers are apprehensive about digital advancements, believing that the tech will present as many hurdles as they will solutions.

“Emerging technologies have the potential to transform many aspects of our everyday life,” said Genevieve Bell, director of the 3A Institute, Florence Violet McKenzie chair and distinguished professor at the Australian National University, and a vice president and senior fellow at Intel. “Studies like this remind us about the diversity of human experience. When we talk about the future of innovation, we’re talking about a range of ideas, technologies and attitudes that will impact our lives in important ways.” 

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