Is a Paperless Future Realistic?

The pandemic has definitely pushed the paperless concept further along with most of the world relying on technology to communicate. Personally, I still want to have physical paper that I can access, read easily, and most importantly write on it. Perhaps I just don't have the proper technical tools to replace pen and paper. Wondering what other's thoughts are on what's the percentage of the future reaching 100% paperless in education and work. And in what year do you think we will reach the said mark?

Parents
  • I'm not sure it will ever be possible to completely replace paper. The utility and inexpensive aspect may be too difficult to overcome. There are tablets that feel like paper - the Remarkable 2, Kindle Scribe, perhaps some Wacom tablets.. but they are all relatively expensive compared to paper. So.... maybe by 2040?

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  • I'm not sure it will ever be possible to completely replace paper. The utility and inexpensive aspect may be too difficult to overcome. There are tablets that feel like paper - the Remarkable 2, Kindle Scribe, perhaps some Wacom tablets.. but they are all relatively expensive compared to paper. So.... maybe by 2040?

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