Medvedev: to live without gadgets, but to ignore the progress cannot

Medvedev: to live without gadgets, but to ignore the progress cannot


To use gadgets or not is a personal choice, said Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev. However, the twenty-first century creates certain conditions in which completely ignore the achievements of scientific and technical progress is impossible.

MOSCOW, 28 Oct. To love or not to love gadgets — it is everyone, and without them wasn’t bad at all, but to ignore scientific and technical progress is impossible, said Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.

“Some of us like to use gadgets, my colleague (Prime Minister of Serbia Alexander survived — ed.) said that it likes to use. This is normal, and without them you can live, and even very good,” said Medvedev at the plenary session of the forum “Open innovations”, answering a question about whether he likes to use gadgets.

“But I must admit that, of course, is still the twenty-first century dictates certain conditions in which we live, completely ignore the achievements of scientific and technical progress is impossible. Yes probably, and not very smart. We are in contact with them,” added the Russian Premier.