Peter Cochrane: Tech familiarity breeds consent

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With more and more people being born into technology, the barriers to acceptance have been lowered
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With more and more people being born into technology, the barriers to acceptance have been lowered

Nothing reflects how new technology becomes accepted in the mass market than its popularity over Christmas, suggests Peter Cochrane

The Christmas present purchasing cycle has started, with drones, artificial intelligence (AI) devices for home and office, virtual reality headsets, wearables, health monitors, mobiles and headphon...

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