What’s missing in most debates is how effective the apps actually are — and there could be some rude awakening. We all would love to go back to work and school, to meet our family and friends, and for life to go back to normal. But governments placing all hope in an app to re-open the economy – and big tech and big data firms keen to sell them this dream – run the risk of creating false security.
> What can we expect from an app?
And another interesting question is how preventive behaviour plays an important role in working together to gain control of the coronavirus.
> What can we learn from insights on behaviour change?