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It's time to vote!
Last year, Project 10^100 invited the world to submit ideas to help as many people as possible. We received over 154,000 submissions, which we narrowed down to our favorites.
Now, you're invited to view the ideas and vote for the ones you think will help the most people.
Our advisory board will use your votes to identify the best ideas for further consideration, and we've committed $10 million to make up to 5 of them a reality.
Hurry, voting ends October 8, 2009.
Thanks for your help. Please vote! And may those who help the most win.
- The Project 10^100 Team
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Q: Google originally said that users would be able to vote on 100 ideas. Why are there only 16?
A: Each of the 16 finalist ideas actually represents a much larger number of related ideas. Ultimately, we recognized that many of the ideas we'd received were similar and could be strengthened by being combined with other ideas to create a new approach to solving the big problems that users wanted to tackle.
Q: What if another person submits an idea that is similar to my entry? A: The purpose of Project 10^100 is to identify great ideas and bring them to life. If an idea is selected that is similar to yours, and it succeeds, everybody wins. That's the spirit of this program and we hope all entrants will embrace it.