Stronger Society

Strengthening society - people, communities and organisations - to be able to direct the impacts of technology

Doteveryone’s work explores how technology is shaping society and how the public can help direct the impacts of technology.

Our first of its kind research revealed a gulf between the perceived positive personal benefits and the negative societal impacts of technology and the ‘techlash’ that has followed.

We are updating this research to reflect the fast-changing landscape with a new People, Power and Technology survey for 2020.

 

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