Earlier this year, the corona virus started to take its toll around the world. It affects people’s health and daily lives, and healthcare systems. The economic well-being of individuals, companies, sectors and countries are threatened.
This short article draws on input provided by early career researchers involved in the Digital Society Programme (that involves all Dutch universities). I reflect on what digital technologies may offer, in the short and longer term.
The current crisis has prompted much reflection by journalists, policy makers, and academics from different disciplines. As private individuals many of us are confronted by the consequences of our life choices, made in different times.
You can read the full piece here.