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The year 2025 is the year for which the youngest generation of Alphas will be born. This generation will account for 2 billion of the global population. An article titled Generation Alpha: The Children of the Millennial states Generation Alpha is considered to be the most technologically-infused demographic up to date. Generation Alpha is children that were born between 2010-2025. This generation is also known as I Generation because they are the children of the millennial. Alphas naturally use smartphones, computers, and tablets. They were born along with these applications and would not know how to function without having the ability to use them. Older Alphas at age 8 are more technically informed than their predecessors. More than half of millennial parents across different geographies are more comfortable with their children wearing health devices to track many other forms of health data. Two thousand parents were surveyed, each between the ages 20-36, and had at least one child eight years old or younger. A study called the IEEE includes 400 parents each in the U.S, UK, India, China, ...

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