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Futurist, transhumanist ideologue of the movement Danila Medvedev predicted what life would be like in Russia after the pandemic coronavirus, if it will last for years. Their predictions he made in an interview with “the Ribbon.ru”.
According to him, people begin to work remotely and to leave the village, they realize that it makes no sense to pay for an expensive apartment in the center of a large city, “if you still work through the video”. Those who continue to live in the city, will make a habit of such things as “morning exercises on the Internet”.
“Someone’s divorce, someone moves out, there will be some other crisis situation, but in General it may be that we understand that the build up of planets anthill, where everyone is constantly why run, not the right decision,” — said Medvedev.
Pandemic coronavirus and forced to move to a remote format, in his opinion, showed that trips to the office and often travel “just useless”. “It turns out that all these people really not have anywhere to wander, simply contact via videoconference”, — he added.
According to Medvedev, once established, the platform for the organization of complex work remotely, it will be possible to switch completely to distributed work. “This is not remote work as such, namely a distributed, when a hundred or a thousand people we can involve in a single intellectual process,” said the futurist.
In Russia, as of April 29, coronavirus detected in almost 100 thousand people per day became infected almost 6 thousand. More than 10 thousand of them recovered, 972 patient died. The number of people infected with coronavirus in the world exceeded 3 million, on the morning of 29 April, it is 3 116 680.
Video, photo All from Russia.