Tech’s High Barrier to Entry for the Underprivileged
Gerard O'Neill

Thanks. I understand. Everytime I go to my tech store I think what a privilege it is to even step foot in there. I would like to go one further, no matter what your neighborhood, there are kids raised on the streets of India who have never been in a house, they live on the side of the railroad tracks and hope not to be run over. India is about to have the biggest GNP in the world taking over China. But its built on the back of child slavery. I invite the kids from the poorest neighborhoods in this country to problem solve that, either technically or otherwise.

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