Intel IQ: How Internet Access Can Help ‘Shrink’ The World And Connect Cities

Intel IQ: How Internet Access Can Help ‘Shrink’ The World And Connect Cities
technology

By democratizing access to the internet, we could enable solutions for the entire population.

Carib Guerra
  • 17 october 2012

Internet connectivity is arguably the single biggest driver of information, innovation and opportunity available in the world today. Metaphorically speaking, the Internet is the new universal language, a communication conduit for every person regardless of age, education or socio-economic status; with the Internet, a nearly boundless cache of information exists only a few clicks away, but all that possibility and promise will go unrealized if the world isn’t able to get online.

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