Body implants and holograms the future of communication?
Polling firm YouGov asked 3,262 children and adults across Britain how they used to communicate, how they do now and how they think young people will talk to each other in 30 years’ time.
'...Letters and Post-it notes will be replaced by body implants and hologram technology as ways people communicate in the future..' a new online survey for Barnardo’s reveals.
The survey coincides with 30 years since the launch of the world wide web and a new Barnardo’s report ‘Generation Digital’ which urges the Government to introduce new legislation to help protect children online now and in the future.
Have you seen our report which covers how a group of local young people in Camden want to be communicated to and the health concerns that are important to them? See the report here.