SMS support for the ill, an autonomous reef surveying robot and a fish stock app were three of the successful projects to win Australia's second-ever Google Impact Challenge Wednesday.
At an event held at Google's Sydney office, the top 10 non-profit ideas, all using technology to solve social and environmental issues, were whittled down to three winners along with two people's choice awards. Each of the five received A$750,000.
Clara Chow, a cardiologist at Westmead Hospital, helps lead one of the winners, TEXTCARE. The service send personalised text messages to support people with chronic disease. Read more...More about Google.Org, Google Impact Challenge, Google, Australia, and Tech