Anti-Human Trafficking Soft...
Sparked by Wheeler Crimm
We would love to see software created or an application developed that helps identify human trafficking offenders, alerts authorities, brings them to justice, frees victims, and overall, reduces the scale of human trafficking globally. There is currently no such technology that has been successful. Such a development would be invaluable in today's efforts to eradicate this horrific reality.
Sparked by Rodney Hardaway
Instead of big high schools/grade schools having to give their students ID's to get into their schools, why not have something that can be useful in a dangerous situation. Having the student wear a wristband or necklace that you can scan to get into the school and has a button that automatically notifies the police and office of the school and gives location and is linked to the students cellphone
Sparked by Craig Wieschhorster
Semi-submersible (narcotics carrying) vessels that transit in the ocean are not easily detected by ship or air radars and normally are only detected by visual sightings at close ranges. A technology to detect these vessel at greater distances is required for effective interdiction.
Sign Language Across Cultures
Sparked by Savannah Sherwood
Sign language is not a universal language. A deaf person traveling across the globe may encounter communication barriers with the deaf in that region. An app that has the ability to detect the unfamiliar form of sign language and translate the unfamiliar form of sign language through a projection on the phone would bridge the gap to this barrier.