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Artists Send Printable Messages of Love and Gratitude with 'Windows of Hope'

Part of HP’s Print, Play & Learn platform, the collection of 35 original posters are designed to display and share.
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By Sarah Murry

The Way We Work Now: Rapid Collaboration to Produce Crucial Protective Gear Early in the COVID-19 Crisis

A doctor and an HP employee teamed up from afar to design 3D-printed face shields for hospitals in short supply.
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When Clara Remacha Corbalán and Abdel Hakim Moustafa met for coffee in early March, it felt like the final moment of calm before a storm. The next day, Spain declared a state of emergency as the COVID-19 pandemic spread through the country, and within a few days, the Barcelona hospital where Moustafa worked as a cardiologist was inundated with COVID-19 patients.

HP's CEO on Diversity, Equality, and Social Justice

In the wake of George Floyd’s death, we must find new ways to achieve progress — as companies, as communities, and as individuals.
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There’s something on my mind that I wanted to share as we head into the weekend.

It stems from the scenes we’ve watched unfold in Minneapolis this week, which have been a stark reminder of how much progress must still be made toward treating everyone with the fairness, dignity, and humanity they deserve.

How to do Good From Home on Earth Day

With social distancing keeping us apart, there are ways to “virtual volunteer” to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day and help our wider communities.
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By Bianca Tamura 

Beach cleanup? It’s out this year. So are tree plantings and other events where everyone gathers to care for the environment. But there are still ways to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day and our communities even though in-person options are limited. The digital landscape offers accessible opportunities for everyone to help their communities and the planet — from home. 

HP Receives First Recycled Content Validation for Ocean-Bound Plastics from UL

UL recycled content procedure to include social impact.
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Marietta, G.A., April 16, 2020 — UL today announces HP, a leading provider of personal systems, printers and 3D printing solutions, has achieved recycled content validations from UL for five of their resins, which contain between 5 to 99% recycled content from ocean-bound plastic. HP is the first company to achieve validation from UL to the UL 2809 Environmental Claim Validation Procedure (ECVP) for Recycled Content Standard which now includes auditing of social responsibility procedures. 

Meet the Reinventor: Qian Lin Is Teaching Computers to “See”

The HP Fellow for HP’s Artificial Intelligence and Emerging Compute Lab is teaching computers to find patterns and fix flaws in photos.
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By Sarah Murry

Qian Lin can predict the future. Or, at least she can teach computers to see it. 

Through her research at the intersection of artificial intelligence (AI) and computer vision, she is working on innovations that help printers correct flaws in images in real time and assist computers spot microscopic errors in a printhead rolling off the assembly line.

Meet the Inspirational Leader of UN Women

Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka has spent her career expanding opportunities for women, and in 2020 is promoting education and digital literacy as a way to drive gender equality.
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By Angela Matusik

When Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka was a young girl in South Africa, she saw firsthand what fearless women could do. “The women in my community were leading in the times of apartheid, in very risky situations,” she recalls. “They were the ones that went out when the police were repressing people, and the men were running to hide.”

The New Car-free Commute: How You’ll Get Around in the Megacity of the Near Future

A new generation of lighter, more efficient, 3D-manufactured vehicles could be the next small thing in sustainable transportation.
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By Helen Harjak

Contrary to science-fiction visions of the 21st century, the skies over today’s cities aren’t abuzz with flying cars. This may not be a bad thing, considering that nearly 70% of the world’s population is expected to live in cities by 2050 — it would be an air traffic control nightmare, to say the least.

How HP Is Funneling Plastic From Haiti Into Laptops and Printer Supplies

The company is one of several working together to reduce plastic waste.
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By Christina Nunez

The next ink cartridge or computer gear you buy might have an invisible but noteworthy history: Some part of it may once have been an empty soda bottle plucked from a distant shoreline.

How HP Made the New Elite Dragonfly One of the Most Sustainable Laptops Ever

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By Arif Bacchus 

The hunger for the creation of new gadgets and technology always comes at a cost. They’re often made of materials that aren’t recycled and will contribute to a global epidemic of polluting oceans, water supplies, or worse.

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