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In a world of limited resources, the future is low-tech - providing we make products more user-friendly

By Clément Colin, Doctorant en ergonomie, Université de Lorraine
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Semiconductors for electric vehicles have been in short supply since 2020. The causes are multiple, including water shortages in producing countries and increasingly high-tech models in Europe.

Could this be the opportunity to rethink our reliance on these technologies? Indeed, we are facing a paradox. In response to the ecological crisis, we tend to favour high-tech solutions, even though they increase the pressure on living environments, take a long time to implement, and are often…The Conversation

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