The next generation of artificial intelligence from the lab that built the iPhone’s Siri is powering an educational game.
Medical care is never cheap, and it’s an especially big burden in developing countries. Watsi harnesses help from the crowd to change that.
Social Teeth’s mission is to put grassroots campaigns on the same footing as the big guys when it comes to media exposure. Got a good ad and a lot of supporters? You could get it big exposure on TV.
Bucketfeet sells sneakers customized by street artists from all over the world, and the delivers royalty money back to them, creating a network of sneaker moguls.
The viral hit "Hot Cheetos and Takis," is the work of a Minneapolis after-school program that’s giving kids a musical path out of their bad neighborhood.
FlashFood--a finalist in the Imagine Cup--pairs restaurants’ extra food with people in need, all through a simple SMS-based service.
Sunrun’s Lynn Jurich helped create a new industry--selling solar instead of as an expensive home improvement. The results have been nothing short of mind-blowing, and the people who are buying in are not who you would think.
Eric Simons made a name for himself by squatting in AOL’s headquarters to save money while he worked on ClassConnect. Now that it’s in the wild, he can afford a place of his own: His software is revolutionizing the classroom and the way kids can learn.
Streetcraft LA asks kids to stop putting their art up on other people’s walls and gives them an incentive to put it on canvases and T-shirts instead: They can get paid.
The health app startup is attempting to use technology to make you better understand what your body is saying to you. In the future, founder Aza Raskin hopes your phone will tell you you’re getting sick before you even know it.