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In August 2020, girls from countries around the world presented their AI and mobile app projects at the Technovation World Summit awards ceremony. Memory Haven, a dementia assistance AI app designed by the team from Ireland, won first place in the Senior Division. In the Junior Division, the winner was Zecha, a digital caretaker app developed by a group of girls from India. The competition, organized by the Technovation Girls and Families program, involved nearly 2,000 teams from more than 60 countries. They were called upon to identify and solve major problems, both local and worldwide, with the help of modern technology.
-=-=-=-=-=- Jayne Cravens Author, The LAST Virtual Volunteering Guidebook
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