Medical workers walk by a police robot at the Wuhan Tianhe International Airport after travel restrictions on leaving Wuhan were lifted on April 8. Photo: Reuters Medical workers walk by a police robot at the Wuhan Tianhe International Airport after travel restrictions on leaving Wuhan were lifted on April 8. Photo: Reuters
Medical workers walk by a police robot at the Wuhan Tianhe International Airport after travel restrictions on leaving Wuhan were lifted on April 8. Photo: Reuters
Scott Anthony
Opinion

Opinion

Scott Anthony and Benjamin Choo

In a post-coronavirus pandemic world, technology may not be the panacea

  • While it’s no surprise that provocative visions of the post-pandemic future, in which technology is the driver of change, are popping up, the future is always as much a social invention as a technological one

Medical workers walk by a police robot at the Wuhan Tianhe International Airport after travel restrictions on leaving Wuhan were lifted on April 8. Photo: Reuters Medical workers walk by a police robot at the Wuhan Tianhe International Airport after travel restrictions on leaving Wuhan were lifted on April 8. Photo: Reuters
Medical workers walk by a police robot at the Wuhan Tianhe International Airport after travel restrictions on leaving Wuhan were lifted on April 8. Photo: Reuters
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Scott Anthony

Scott Anthony

Scott Anthony runs the Public and Applied History programme at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore.

Benjamin Choo

Benjamin Choo

Benjamin Choo is a lecturer at the Singapore University of Social Sciences