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points | 09.10.18

Technology’s Impact on Infrastructure is a Health Concern

Mikaela Pitcan, Alex Rosenblat, Mary Madden, Kadija Ferryman

Increasingly, technology’s impact on infrastructure is becoming a health concern. In this Points piece, Data & Society Researchers Mikaela Pitcan, Alex Rosenblat, Mary Madden, and Kadija Ferryman tease out why this intersection warrants further research.

“However, there is an urgent need to understand the interdependencies between technology, infrastructure and health, and how these relationships affect Americans’ ability to live the healthiest lives possible. How can we support design, decision-making, and governance of our infrastructures in order to ensure more equitable health outcomes for all Americans?”

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