Education sector most optimistic about impact of tech-led change

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

90 per cent of education leaders, the highest of those surveyed, believe that technology has made them more imaginative and creative at work, with 80 per cent saying that it has also made them more productive. The insights are from a study called "Humans and Machines," conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit and sponsored by Ricoh, which investigates the impacts of technology on human creativity and intuition across major industry sectors.

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