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BeeOurly! Why? Part 2

A significant number of professionals working with people, specialists in support fields, or those in non-digital professions, accumulate invaluable experience as they age. It’s undeniable that the more a doctor or psychologist practices, the more qualified they become!

However, ask yourself, are your parents as proficient in the digital world as your children? I’m sure the answer is no! They may be exceptional professionals, but they are rarely familiar with the digital realities of younger generations, which creates a gap between the specialist and their audience. Of course, age is not the only factor influencing one’s ability to adapt to the digital environment.

That’s why we came up with BeeOurly — a service that levels the digital inequality! It combines advanced technologies on the inside with an intuitively understandable and user-friendly interface on the outside.

What will our future be like?

According to statistics, the world’s population is steadily aging! This fact is both joyous and somber. The aging population points to a demographic crisis and low birth rates on many continents, particularly in economically developed and prosperous countries — a disheartening reality that forces us to reflect on the demographic policies of different nations. But there is also good news — you and I are likely to live longer than our grandparents and significantly longer than our ancestors. This trend has been unfolding due to relatively peaceful lives in many parts of the world, as well as advancements in science and technology.

I won’t delve into details about Earth’s demographic changes at this moment. Instead, I invite you to reflect on what our future might look like in about 30–40 years! The recent Future Go Tech summit, where I had the privilege of being a speaker and an attentive listener, demonstrated the significant investments made in augmented reality, metaverses, and artificial intelligence. It’s highly unlikely, and perhaps unnecessary, to halt this progress.

But what does it mean for us as adults? It seems to demand that we either keep pace with progress or choose to ignore it. Trying to keep up with a 20-year-old brain is hardly achievable for a 70-year-old in general, so this destiny remains for a few. However, ignoring or avoiding it is a typical behavior for most of us.

In one of the upcoming texst, we’ll see how we can influence the development of scenarios for our own future!

Join in the conversation and stay tuned!