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Technology plays a big role in economic development, but Intel Chairman Craig Barrett says more teachers are needed to educate users on its usage, especially in emerging economies, PC World reports. The use of technology is being promoted worldwide, but it won't mean anything until more focus is placed on teachers to provide hands-on instruction on how those tools are used, especially in emerging economies, said Barrett, in a keynote speech to kick off the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco Aug. 19. Many strides have been made recently to promote computing in emerging economies--but throwing more money into such
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