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Google allocates $10 million fund to support ideas that could improve people’s lives

As part of its tenth birthday celebration, Google has launched Project 10^100 (pronounced Project 10 to the 100th), under which the company has invited users to send exciting ideas for ways to improve people’s lives. Google has also committed $10 million fund to turn up to five of the best ideas into reality. The last date for submitting ideas to Google is 20th October 2008.

As part of its tenth birthday celebration, Google has launched Project 10^100 (pronounced Project 10 to the 100th), under which the company has invited users to send exciting ideas for ways to improve people’s lives. Google has also committed $10 million fund to turn up to five of the best ideas into reality. The last date for submitting ideas to Google is 20th October 2008.

“These ideas can be big or small, technology-driven or brilliantly simple – but they need to have impact. We will identify the 100 best ideas and then ask our users to vote on which ideas we should fund. Their votes select the 20 finalists, and then a panel of judges will choose up to five ideas for final funding,” Google has said. The final winners are expected to be announced in early February 2009.

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