Imagining the future we want requires open and honest conversation. In the spirit of bringing disciplines together and opening lines of conversation and debate, we are sharing a series of articles based on experiences from the Wearables for Good Challenge and Incubation Programme. Within these stories, experts and advisors from around the world share their views on wearable and sensor technology and what is needed to realise the future we desire.

From Paper to Prototype

The four of us had just graduated from design school specializing in Industrial Design. We asked ourselves and each other, “What’s next?”

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Tying It All Together

Each year, 1.5 million children die from vaccine-preventable diseases and a third of these children live in India. We at Khushi Baby want to play a part in addressing this issue – to track health to the last mile for each child and pregnant mother

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The Ethics of Innovation and Devices for Good

Blair Palmer, UNICEF Innovation Lab Lead: San Francisco interviewed UNICEF Humanitarian Policy Specialist, Sibi Lawson-Marriott to discuss the ethics of innovation and how UNICEF and partners work to ensure that good ideas truly yield good results.

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Innovating for Impact: Wearables for Good

The potential of wearables as a product category should not be underestimated; it is predicted that the revenue from smart wearable devices will generate $22.9 billion by 2020.

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