Posts from Date: 2020-1
Questions from our children – 1. Did you do all you can with digital to distribute prosperity more equitably?
by Rajesh Kandaswamy | January 7, 2020
This is an expansion of the first question from my earlier post – “What will our children ask us about how we used digital? Digital technologies and its powerful offshoot, the Internet, have given us scores of products and services and opened new markets. Further, most of the economy has been transformed by these technologies. […]
by Rajesh Kandaswamy | January 2, 2020
I recently read an interesting article in the Economist – ‘What will horrify your children?’, a thought experiment on what future generations will chide us on how we behaved, what we failed to do or did in excess. That made me think about how they will judge us on what we did with digital technologies. […]