Olivia Parker
Jan 9, 2018

Chinese and Indian consumers ready for robots—or are they?

Havas Group's latest quarterly consumer survey finds Asia's most populous countries more forward thinking than most about a tech-human future. But concerns remain widespread.

25 percent of men surveyed in China indicated an openness to the idea of a robot love interest.

Almost a third of Chinese consumers are open to it. Indian consumers even more so. Could 2018 be the year that technology and biology finally fuse

About a third of consumers 32% in China and 33% in India would like to have smartphone technology “integrated into their anatomies”, compared to a 12% global average, says Havas Group’s latest Prosumer Report’ on the impact of technology in our lives.

The iLife study, which...

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