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Ilse N. Goepfert

Hello! I think your solution sounds great, you´re aiming to help minorities overcome daily challenges in a very ingenious way; but I also had the impression that you´re missing to specify some details in order to achieve your project´s maximum potential, for example, How are you planning to collect so many data points in just a year? Besides that, I congratulate you for achieving this.
As you might already know, the revising stage is about to close; I want to refine as many aspects of my solution as possible before submitting it, its name is "Second Chance (4 change)" and I would be really grateful if you could please give me your opinion on how could it be improved.
Good luck!

Solve Team

In response to Pitch us on your solution

Consider defining the term “New Majority” in greater detail. It might help the judges review and understand your solution. Be sure to make any additions / changes in your application (not the comments section) before the deadline on July 22nd at 9am ET!

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Your solution looks like it might be eligible for the Innovation for Women Prize. If you haven't already, check out the eligibility requirements and consider applying by completing the prize-specific question in the application. Be sure to apply in your application (not the comments section) before the deadline on July 22nd at 9am ET!

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Your solution looks like it might be eligible for the AI Innovations Prize and the Innospark Ventures Prize. If you haven't already, check out the eligibility requirements and consider applying by completing the prize-specific questions in the application. Be sure to apply in your application (not the comments section) before the deadline on July 22nd at 9am ET!

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In response to Pitch us on your solution

Alice platform is doing a great job for the business people as regards to improving the ability, opportunity and dignity. However, the illiterate who are mainly the poor living in remote areas especially in Africa are left out because they luck computer knowledge. Thus the platform does not empower the illiterate in business.
Alice users currently give the platform 50 data points and there's hope to obtain 1000 data points this seems to be exaggerated. The figure is exaggerated.

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