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COVID-19 and the Future of Aging: Technology for Connecting

Category: Museums and Aging

“High-tech is not a substitute for high-touch. We should not confuse the capacity of technology to address life’s logistics with a true solution to the problem of social isolation.”

–Joseph Coughlin, MIT Age Lab

This interview with MIT Age Lab's Joseph F. Coughlin explores the development of technologies that enable older adults to connect with their communities and live independently.

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