In the UK, he notes, 12 million people, or one in five of the population, do not have essential digital skills needed for modern day-to-day life."
Instead of inflicting misery on millions, digital technology could be used as a force for good. It could “ensure a higher standard of living for the vulnerable and disadvantaged, devise new ways of caring for those left behind. That would be the real digital welfare state revolution.
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