“MI Solve has introduced the 2022 Global Challenges and the Indigenous Communities Fellowship” program. The goal of this MI is to solve challenges faced by the world.
MI looks for computer-based results by the people. Anyone who wants to participate by proposing the solutions to this year’s challenges, including Climate: Ecosystems and Housing, The Care Economy, Re-engaging Learners, and Equitable Health Systems by 31st March.
The short-listed people will be contacted to share their ideas on a platform of Challenge Leadership Group in front of judges. This event will take place ahead of Solve Challenge Finals held on 18th and 19 September.
This occasion is a tremendous opportunity of gathering Solve community members and greets talented tech-based visionaries in their team. About $1.3 million funding is offered to the designated team members who will be used for mentoring, training, and opportunities for their suggested solutions. Solve’s 2022 is funded by General Motors, Elevate Prize Foundation, and a few more.
Working on the racist issue and progressing on Antiracist Technology in 2021, Solve has launched the Black & Brown Innovators program in their 2022 Global Challenges program. A few solutions led by the Brown and Black innovators will be included in the 2022 Global Challenge in this Black and Brown program.
For the 2022 Indigenous Communities Fellowship, Solve has opened the application to register. The interested ones can apply on solve.mit.edu/challenges, and the media interested in covering the event can contact [email protected] Thus don’t miss out on this chance.