Welcome to this week’s Tech For Good Ten, where we share the best 10 links in the Tech For Good world from the past week.
We’re aiming to share a wide range of links, meeting people behind the latest digital innovations, showcasing the greatest tech for good products
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What does homelessness mean in our increasingly connected, so-called digital age? We’re on a journey to find out.
A Hackney designer has joined with a concrete manufacturer to produce "responsive street furniture" that physically adapts to the needs of those moving around it in public.
An app that promises users a video doctor consultation within one hour, and medication delivery to London addresses within four, is due to launch in the next month.
WellBe is a wearable device that analyses and provides stress and calmness levels based on time, location and the people they come into contact with.
A 3D-printed beak has been fitted to a sea turtle injured by a collision with a boat's propeller. The beak, made of medical-grade titanium, replaces the loggerhead turtle's jaws, half of which were sheared off in the accident.
To reach the people they need to — internally displaced people and those who remain in danger zones — media and humanitarian organizations have had to find new ways of using decidedly low-tech solutions.
A new initiative ensures future generations will have the opportunity to interact with an important piece of history.
How parliaments, assemblies and governments should choose the right methods for greater public engagement in decisions.
Who is “the next billion”? Is it the billion people at the bottom of the pile, who don’t even have clean water? Or is it a billion children around the world, in places like China and India, who will grow up and start using the internet as they mature.
From radio activism in Mulukuku, Nicaragua to community journalism in California, question campaigns about Boston’s metro transit future to a “People’s State of the Union” held by creatives, these civic tech case studies represent a diversity of geographies, communities, conditions, and technologies.