Teams of high school and college students competed April 23 in using technology to help improve education, health care, the environment, and other pressing issues, reports the Seattle Times. It looked almost like a scene from an old-time video arcade: teenagers and young adults crowded around computer screens and displays, buzzing excitedly. But instead of "Donkey Kong" or "Pac-Man," students played on-screen shooting games that obliterated diseases, or they waved their arms in front of a Kinect sensor to change the slope of a line on a screen and the math equation that generated the line. It was the U.S....
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