Since information and communication technologies (ICTs) first became available to the public more than 20 years ago, social good has been an important application area for computing. Today, more than ever, there is widespread momentum in deploying technologies for social good across computing domains such as user-facing interfaces, networking and systems, and data sciences. Insights Among various computing stakeholders, there is a growing desire to seek humanistic and ethical impacts for technology, beyond consumer or enterprise benefit. Researchers and practitioners are finding new and innovative applications in social good, with its complex social and technical challenges. In response…
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