The debate is widening on whether technology is making our lives simpler or more complicated. Technology is certainly putting more power in the hands of users, allowing them to work faster and safer, and cut costs. Yet, technology can also be a treadmill that is hard to stop, and it can have potential adverse impacts on health, safety and the environment. In this white paper, Anurag Srivastava, chief technology officer of Wipro Technologies in Bangalore, India, and Shawndra Hill, Wharton professor of operations and information management, offer insights into how to use technology responsibly.
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