In a bid to answer this question, we asked telephone lady Gina Gaga what she thinks the future holds for our phone.
Gaga has spoken before about the challenges she faces as a woman, a writer and an artist and it is this kind of frankness that really resonates with our audience.
“I’m not a traditional woman,” she says.
“I’m a woman of colour, and I have a black partner, so that’s why I’m so passionate about the future of technology.”
Gaga, who has written for publications including Vanity Fair, says she believes that “women are not a fixed category in technology”.
“Technology is not going away,” she said.
“The fact that women are making a difference is something that’s going to stay with us for the foreseeable future.”
The future of mobileGaga is optimistic about technology’s impact on women and people of colour.
While she says she is concerned that technology is taking away from people of all backgrounds, she is optimistic that technology will help people to have better lives.
“[The future is] really exciting, and there’s a lot of really exciting things happening,” she told the ABC.
“I think technology is going to do a lot for the world, and it’s really important for us as women to be able to take advantage of that.”
That’s why my career and my art are so exciting.
You see it in the people you meet and what they’re doing.
I think that’s really exciting.
“Read moreGaga believes that technological advances will benefit women and other groups who are discriminated against.
The reality is that we are constantly being targeted, and that’s the nature of technology,” she explains.
We have to do our best to make sure that our voices are being heard and we’re being given a fair shake.
That means a lot more people having to be accountable for their actions and their decisions.
This is something I’ve learned to really appreciate.
I think women have always been discriminated against in the tech industry, so I really love it that there’s this really important discussion about that.
It’s a really exciting time, and a really interesting time.
I hope I can help inspire a generation of women in tech and to encourage women to do the same.
So what do you think?
Are you concerned about the direction of technology’s future?
Are there ways to improve?