SINGAPORE (April 4): Despite widespread utility of digital services across the globe, a range of basic, self-fulfillment and psychological needs are still failing to be met, suggests a recent survey by Dentsu Aegis Network in partnership with Oxford Economics.

Based on the Digital Society Index 2019: Human Needs in a Digital World report released on Thursday, a survey of over 43,000 people in 24 countries across the dimensions of dynamism, inclusion and trust, 71% of respondents in Asia Pacific countries think technology’s pace of change is currently too fast, well above the average of 57%.

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