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Only last month, our own Mic Wright wrote about how tech isn’t solving humanity’s biggest problems; consumers and companies are far more interested in looping GIFs, laptops that are also tablets and all-you-can-eat ad-free video. It’s refreshing to see Google put their smarts to good use to help refugees arriving in Europe with the most crucial resource they need: information. The Crisis Info Hub gives refugees quick access to essential information when they land in Lesvos The company has built a lightweight mobile-friendly site that includes locations for registration, lodging and medical facilities, and also lists essential emergency contacts and…

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