A Better World

A Better World

A Better World

Currently people can belong to three different ethnical groups: Digital Analphabets (born before the 1950 and with no access to new technologies), Digital Immigrants (born between the 1950 and 1985 and adapted to new technologies) and the Digital Natives, the ones born after 1985 and who are fully identified with this new technology era.

This segmentation shows two concepts which are strongly linked to the 21st century: universality and transversal knowledge, concepts we cannot forget when referring to Smart Cities.

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