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December 14 — 2018 In Review
When disaster struck this year, tech stepped up to help rebuild and help displaced residents.
Tech was also at work helping our nation's military veterans transition back to civilian life and secure new career opportunities in the innovation economy, fighting human trafficking, alleviating hunger, helping families break the grip of poverty, and creating new tools to make work and daily life more accessible for everyone.
As we approach the end of 2018, we reflect below on some of the many ways tech was at work this year in our communities making our lives better.
Improving the Lives of People with Disabilities
Using AI to Empower People with Disabilities | Microsoft
Leading the Way in Disaster Response
Supporting our Nation's Veterans
Hiring Military Veterans | Amazon
Accenture Veteran Technology Training Program | Accenture
Providing Innovative Solutions to National and Global Challenges
New Technology to Fight Child Exploitation | Facebook
Using Tech to Fight Hunger | DoorDash
What We're Saying This Week
What We're Reading This Week
Turo Attends TechNet's State Policy Conference in Austin, Texas | Turo Open Road
Fintech Is Just Getting Started | Blog by Plaid Founders Zach Perret and William Hockey | Plaid
What We're Watching This Week
TechNet In The News This Week
Top Lobbyists 2018 | The Hill
Transitions | POLITICO Morning Tech