Arkansas Innovators Promote Tech's Everyday Problem-Solving

by Marty Cook  on Monday, Dec. 12, 2016 12:00 am   4 min read

Erika Suhr, the manager of the Hunger Not Impossible pilot program, says technology provides another way to address hunger. (Marty Cook)

As technology became accessible, people with a multitude of different agendas have embraced it. Some use it to design incredibly complex logistical plans for transportation; some use it to analyze big data for financial institutions; some use it to figure out a way to connect hungry people to food.

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