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Digital Technologies and Generational Identity ICT Usage Across the Life Course

Digital Technologies and Generational Identity ICT Usage Across the Life Course Of particular interest are several anecdotes breaking up the Big Five monopoly, the that serve as a warning against modern introduction of a people-centred business slavery by illustrating the impact of gig culture and active social engagement. The economy on individuals’ lives. The chapter author calls for more HCI experts to be also introduces two evocative myths, i.e. trained, which is sensible given that the “singularity”, the state of machines and relationship, and nature, of interactions humans becoming merged, and “machines between humans and machines is poised to becoming alive”. Both myths are potent and change in the near future. Readers are complement each other as they illustrate two encouraged to take a stand to make sure that parallel processes; machines becoming like we are subjects rather than objects of the new humans, and humans becoming more digital world. The message of the final chapter machine like. Chapter 4 encourages reflection resonates strongly as a reminder that our on what it means to be human. Given the fast reality is shaped by actions that we take on a pace of technological advances that we day-to-day basis. witness around us nowadays, this is Becoming Digital makes a compelling a fundamental http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Enabling Technologies Emerald Publishing

Digital Technologies and Generational Identity ICT Usage Across the Life Course

Journal of Enabling Technologies , Volume 12 (3): 3 – Sep 17, 2018

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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2398-6263
DOI
10.1108/JET-09-2018-057
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Abstract

Of particular interest are several anecdotes breaking up the Big Five monopoly, the that serve as a warning against modern introduction of a people-centred business slavery by illustrating the impact of gig culture and active social engagement. The economy on individuals’ lives. The chapter author calls for more HCI experts to be also introduces two evocative myths, i.e. trained, which is sensible given that the “singularity”, the state of machines and relationship, and nature, of interactions humans becoming merged, and “machines between humans and machines is poised to becoming alive”. Both myths are potent and change in the near future. Readers are complement each other as they illustrate two encouraged to take a stand to make sure that parallel processes; machines becoming like we are subjects rather than objects of the new humans, and humans becoming more digital world. The message of the final chapter machine like. Chapter 4 encourages reflection resonates strongly as a reminder that our on what it means to be human. Given the fast reality is shaped by actions that we take on a pace of technological advances that we day-to-day basis. witness around us nowadays, this is Becoming Digital makes a compelling a fundamental

Journal

Journal of Enabling TechnologiesEmerald Publishing

Published: Sep 17, 2018

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