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A billion new phones a year, millions of gigabytes of new data every minute – how long can we keep going? – Answer online

A billion new phones a year, millions of gigabytes of new data every minute – how long can we keep going?  – Answer online

One billion phones are produced annually, and IT is responsible for 2-3 percent of global carbon dioxide emissions. We generate millions of gigabytes of data every minute, much of it duplicates or digital junk. Is this sustainable? Or are we drowning in electronic and digital garbage? Gergely Litkai’s guest is programmatic mathematician László Papp, Gartner’s representative in Hungary.

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