Technology anxiety and technology enthusiasm versus digital ageism

Background: Europe has called attention to the importance of the e-inclusion of older adults. Society is indicating that developers, websites and devices are causing age bias in technology. This affects living independently, the values of ethical principles associated with an older person, and digital ageism: which is an age-related bias in artificial intelligence systems. Objective: […]

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Maintaining cognitive function with internet use: a two-country, six-year longitudinal study

Abstract Objectives: Maintaining good cognitive function with aging may be aided by technology such as computers, tablets, and their applications. Little research so far has investigated whether internet use helps to maintain cognitive function over time. Design: Two population-based studies with a longitudinal design from 2001/2003 (T1) to 2007/2010 (T2). Setting: Sweden and the Netherlands. […]

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