We often discuss our favorite new gadgets. But let’s look at the ways you can use technology or even mechanical improvements to change your life, not just how to be lazy about the light switch. An example might be kids and adults with anxiety or other quirks/disabilities who need to be able to wear earbuds with soft music to get them through their work/school days. Or the use of word processing software for children for whom handwriting is a barrier to completion of assignments. Not to speak of medical conditions that can be ameliorated by improvements.
How have electronics & other tech developments changed the way you or your loved ones live?
Unforeseen problems with self-driving cars: who will clean them? https://slate.com/technology/2018/05/who-will-clean-self-driving-cars.html?via=article_recirc_recent
Being one of those people who gets carsick easily, I can foresee this being one of the most important reasons for me not to buy a self-driving car. (On long trips, I always drive so I don’t get sick.)
What unanticipated problems do you for see for on-the-horizon technological advancements or have you already encountered with those already introduced?