Best Ideas 2021 features all the nominated entries submitted under ‘Submit your Idea’ category. All the entries consist of innovative solutions or propositions for an enterprise that champions the Sustainable Development Goals. They can be on the conceptual, planning, or start-up stage.


Published on June 1, 2021 um 10:37

Explain your idea in details:

Consumers blindly click the I agree button without reading them, oblivious to the risks they may face. LazyTip, an application that uses machine learning to present consumers with data collection options. Using a filtering and censoring process, the app will scan the document of the Terms and Conditions or Contract/s for malicious words and return to the users the sentence where the word is found. The app will determine whether the agreement poses a risk to the users or whether it is safe to proceed.

Expected impact of your idea on sustainable development

LazyTip specifically targets non-gender specific users who have smartphones or computers no matter how old or youthful they are that wants to be informed of what they are signing up for. The app's primary target demographic are those who deal with terms and agreements such as Lawyers, Clients, as well as other people who are interested to be safeguarded on what they are signing up for.

Plans for implementation and sustainability

Instead of lending the company money, the owner utilized his own savings to help fund the application. The application will be financed via a combination of fees and sales revenue. Meanwhile, the company is without a stable and operating team; I, the owner, am the single member of the team. However, in the future, I will be part of a strong team.

Your profile

I'm Kurt Russel Arabejo, 21 years old, and a student of University of Southeastern Philippines. I came up with this idea when i watched a Facebook video on how apps share information's of consumers to third party to sell it for advertisement.

Stage of Idea

conceptual stage, planning stage


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June 22, 2021 05:07

Hey there, I read your idea, and just can't help but think how technology can really affect the society like us in a day-to-day basis. I'd just like to say that this idea, although sounds highly useful - and I admit, it does sound convenient - does not seem to make much of a sense to me. (no offense, your idea is awesome) There are, in fact, a few points to have in mind. An application is not like human, they cannot easily detect things rationally like we do, even if human errors even still exist. It needs to have an accurate system, and, of course, some privacy statements to ensure all information is kept safe to the individual user. Another thing is how this is supposed to help solve problems, yes, it does help minimize time and effort in work, but people do work and labor to receive income, not to stay put and rely on an application to do the job. Personally speaking, I believe "reading terms and conditions" or "ensuring what you're signing up for" has never been a problem to do (unless of course, if you do not understand it. Nevertheless, you can always seek help to those who do understand the words written, or contact authorities for clarification. An application doesn't seem necessary in this case.) Hope these insights inspire you in a way! Good luck!