Indians Feel Younger And More Productive Thanks To Technology
Anil - Sep 14, 2019
The research has also pointed out that older generations feel connected to youth and more knowledgeable.
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Our life has been more and more simple and better every day, thanks to modern technology. However, it might be a little awkward as technology is accused of making us more prone to anxiety, while questions about productivity have also been raised. However, a recent study has shown that technology users in India feel not only much younger but also healthier when compared with others. Lenovo is behind this study in an effort to find out more about the relationship between technology and human being.
In India, there’s an increase in adoption of AI-enabled smart devices amidst a new era of smart living, according to Rahul Agrawal, CEO of Lenovo India. For study purposes, more than 15,000 individuals all over the globe were surveyed, including India, the US, China, and so on. A total of 40 percent of surveyees said they feel “a lot” or “somewhat” more youthful while nearly 70 percent of them think that technological innovation positively impacts on them. In the meantime, 85 percent of Indian respondents expressed their good attitude to technology because it helps them stay in touch with others who’re living far away.
As part of the survey, more than 90 percent of global respondents said their overall health was improved thanks to smart devices like computers, smart clocks, and smart displays. Also, over 80 percent of respondents in India believe those devices keep them stay more productive and 66 percent of them said they feel more youthful with the support of technology. Last but not least, the research has also pointed out that older generations feel connected to youth and more knowledgeable with the benefit of using technology.