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New technology is not a force of nature. Its impacts and who gets to share in its potential benefits are grounded in the choices we make as a society.

Our recent report, ‘The new digital learning age’ identifies three main groups who experience technological change in different ways: the confident creators, the held back and the safety firsters. Anthony Painter, Director of Policy and Strategy at the RSA, discusses the attributes of each group and how a ‘cities of learning’ initiative could help more people benefit from the new digital learning age. 


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