As we challenge to contain and fight COVID-19, we have turned to technology as our saving grace. From remote work and virtual events to virus-monitoring big data, technology trends are becoming main streams.
We are in the middle of the biggest remote-work, remote-learning experiment in history. Technology that we use to communicate and collaborate, like Slack, Zoom, and Dropbox, give us exceptional apparatuses to work and play during quarantine time.
Virtual reality offers a captivating option to video calls, allowing us to feel like we are in the same space.
Major tech companies including Facebook, Google, and Apple are harnessing location and movement data to monitor the progress of COVID-19.
The menace of the coronavirus has me asking if this is the end of the world as we know it, or a new beginning. Today’s technology makes me feel I am in a dystopian world.