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Who knew 18 months ago that QR codes would become such a big part of our lives?
QR codes are now something everyone relies on a daily basis, from using the Covid safe app to accessing menus. Businesses and particularly small businesses have had to adapt to the demand, but as with most things, QR codes have their shortcomings. Perth startup Pic it! has created a new app that will replace QR codes and do not require a code, but rather uses image recognition technology to allow users to scan any object or printed material.
Learn more: https://startupnews.com.au/2021/07/02/pic-it-and-link-it/
While the Wall St Journal
announces “Green Finance Goes Mainstream”, The 2021 Global Investor Statement to Governments on the Climate
Crisis delivers the strongest-ever investor call for governments to raise
their climate ambition. And, Australia’s Investor Group on Climate Change
(IGCC) announced the appointment of Chief Executive Officer Rebecca
Mikula-Wright, who steps into the role with over 20 years’ experience in
climate change, sustainability and investment banking in Hong Kong, Europe and
Finance Goes Mainstream, Lining Up Trillions Behind Global Energy Transition -
For almost every problem, there is a solution somewhere. Rather than focusing on the punishment and mistreatment of its prisoners, Norway has the primary goal of reintegrating its prisoners as stable contributors to communities. It benefits not only those who got on the wrong side of the law, but the economy, too!https://borgenproject.org/norways-prison-system/