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“AgeTech” companies court digital seniors

Category: Museums and Aging

As the pandemic has coaxed older people to get more nimble with technology, tech companies are increasingly catering to their needs. Why it matters: For seniors, learning to shop online, enjoy social media and use VR headsets can beat back isolation and loneliness - particularly during COVID-19. Technology aimed at seniors was getting more sophisticated before COVID, but the pandemic has given it a big push forward.

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