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Japan has been confronting many social issues such as child poverty, isolation, or deterioration of local communities. Non-profit organizations and the private sector are working to address social issues, but most of them are facing chronic shortage of money and staff. A new initiative was started in 2019, utilising dormant bank deposits for providing support to address social issues to which the national and local governments cannot respond one by one.

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We aim to solve environmental problems with the power of science and technology, and have focused our efforts
on solving the global litter problem. We offer Pirika, an anti-litter smartphone app, and Takanome, an AI-based
program that maps and measures litter using visual recognition technology.

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