Goodbye privacy, hello personalisation

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  • Monday, 27 Feb 2017

A new study of Millennials across four countries suggests that the future of digital devices, apps and services is going to be personal, public and artificially intelligent. 

The research, conducted by CSG Systems, polled 18- to 35-year-olds in the UK, the US, Brazil and Australia in order to understand what this generation will expect from their digital devices by 2022. 

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