Access to assistive technology is a precondition for achieving equal opportunities, enjoying human rights and living in dignity. I believe technology should help us make our lives easier and not become a burden due to high costs.
Distracted driving is a dangerous epidemic on America’s roadways — most especially a widespread problem for teens and young adults. Safe Ride is a mobile application that allows users to focus on driving by letting the application respond for them.
Food loss and waste in the USA accounts for approximately 31 percent — or 133 billion pounds — of the overall food supply available to retailers and consumers, and has far-reaching impacts on food security, resource conservation, and climate change.
With no treatment or cure for dementia presently available, I have developed an alternative to expensive monitoring solutions to help prevent the problem of wandering.
I feel like society needs to be more accepting and compassionate around mental health issues -- especially for teens and (young) adults in the workplace who are subjected to bullying or intense pressure -- that's why I started Positivity Pack!
I was inspired to start iAid at age 12, after seeing a visually impaired woman struggle to cross a busy street. After years of hard work, the iAid has now been named one of the "Top 50 Ideas Worldwide for Technology in Health, Energy, and Medicine".
Reboot For Youth
It's shocking that more than half of low-income students in the U.S. do not have access to a computer. Our mission is to increase educational opportunities for underprivileged children in the U.S. and the world through increased access to technology.
Making group decisions can be challenging, especially given that we're all influenced by cultural preferences, social behaviors, and personality types. I've built an app to democratize the decision-making process and to actualize people's dreams.