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Sustainability in Tech: How Tech and Human Ingenuity Can Save Our Future and Our Climate

By Antonio Neri President & CEO, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
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The numbers don’t lie – the effects of climate change are overwhelming and happening right now. Wildfires are more frequent and more destructive in recent years and the wildfire season has increased by 78 days since the 1970s.

Innovation in Everything: VMware’s Story, According to its Founders

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Like all great stories, the company we now know as VMware began with a single idea. That single idea launched a company that, 20 years later, is now a global enterprise technology leader. With a motto of “innovation in everything,” the original founders share the VMware story and how the original culture of innovation drives the company’s success to this day.

Navigating Digital Transformation - Technology Roadmap for Nonprofits

By Jessamine Chin, Director, VMware Foundation
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VMware technology forms a digital foundation for organizations that are changing the world. From virtualization to cloud computing and mobile technology, two decades of innovation have given rise to a more connected planet. Even as new technologies emerge and connect us, the world continues to face complex, interconnected and systemic issues like growing inequality, access to opportunity and education, and climate change.

Rescuing America's Food

Using tech for good, Feeding America rescues the country’s wasted food to provide hunger relief to millions.
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A Broken Food Chain
“While we’re a very prosperous nation, there is a lot of need in this country,” says Steve Carlberg, managing director of infrastructure and security for Feeding America. One grave need in America: food.

How Future Tech is Helping Elephants

Scientists and conservationists are using AI, VR and image-based data to protect the endangered species.
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There’s no arguing with the majesty of elephants. These intelligent, complex and emotional beasts have come to symbolize wildlife conservation efforts around the globe. Across the African continent, they are under threat from encroaching human settlements and continued poaching — in the summer of 2018, an aerial survey in Botswana found 87 elephants had been killed and their tusks cut off for their ivory, the biggest slaughter in recent years.

Microsoft, AT&T and Nike on AI

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We’re on the threshold of a new era, where rapid advances in artificial intelligence, the internet of things, cloud computing, and automation will transform how we live and work.

Amazon Asks Developers to Create Alexa Skills that Inspire Behavior Changes

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Smart speakers have become one of the hottest products in consumer technology with experts predicting that 56.3 million will be sold worldwide this year. Recently, Amazon, one of the largest smart speaker manufacturers, introduced Alexa Donations with Amazon Pay, which allows users to donate directly to charities through an Alexa skill, or voice activated capability.

Utilizing the Power of Technology for Social Good

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Innovative partnerships, where businesses can work with and leverage the assets of governments, NGOs, and civil society, can help develop creative, sustainable, and scalable solutions that can create significant impact. The partnerships and the technologies that make this possible is the focus of Digital Empowers: Accelerating Innovation for Business and Social Good, a forum hosted by the U.S.

How a Data Engineer Used Tech Skills to Help Rescue 35,000 Disaster Victims

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As Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico face the aftermath of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, Points of Light is honoring everyday citizens who stepped up to serve their communities during the immediate response and to embark on the long road to recovery.

Millennial Uses Technology to Connect Students, Communities Across the Globe

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Picture a student in science class, seated at a desk, her computer on. The student isn’t writing a paper about her studies or reading class materials, according to Akash Patel. She is interacting with students halfway around the world in Australia, touring their classroom, hearing about what their science quiz will cover that week. The child, from her desk in America’s heartland, is experiencing a world she may never get to travel to – but because of the World Experiences Foundation, she’s learning from it.

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