Google Tasks Nonprofits To Solve Global Crises With Glass

Google Tasks Nonprofits To Solve Global Crises With Glass
technology

Google Glass could make philanthropy more transparent and bring donors closer to the cause.

Ross Brooks
  • 24 october 2013

As part of a new effort to see how technology can impact real-world problems, Google has given five nonprofits their Glass devices to see how they can amplify the work they are already doing. The World Wildlife Fund, Samasource, GiveDirectly, DoSomething!, and charity: water will be the first organizations to take part in the “Giving through Glass” initiative.

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