Apadmi Asks: Is the ubiquity of tech consistently useful?
by Apadmi|Sun Mar 26 2023
Tech is increasingly everywhere, but are we able to always make use of it? There are limitations around access to hardware, connectivity issues or just having the expertise to know where and how digital products can make a difference.
We talk to science and technology correspondent from The Economist and author of The Water Book Alok Jha about tech poverty, how his role as a technology journalist has evolved and how tech can help with managing the world’s most precious resources, including water.
Getting connected and identity theft
How has journalism changed through technology?
Technology is ubiquitous, but not everyone has access
We’re using connectivity for different things around the world
How is technology helping to preserve our most precious resource?
The combination of technology and changing behaviour
Gamification for positive change
In this episode we hear from
Apadmi's Group Content Director Jake Sargent and Alok Jha, Technology correspondent for The Economist and author of The Water Book