Generation Impact is a short film series featuring Gen Z inventors using technology to make the world a better place.

Motivated to right the wrongs they see around them, these brilliant young minds bring together a love of science with a dedication to helping others. Each episode of Generation Impact features a young inventor using technology to make the world a better place.


Their brilliance will change the world.

Generation Impact | Episode 3


Using a $20 microscope, Lego, and various household items, teen Emily Tianshi transformed her garage into a science lab to study the effects of climate change on her hometown's iconic trees.

Generation Impact | Episode 1


Teen Jay Jay Patton has inspired legions of STEM students to learn to code through the Unlock Academy, which she founded with her father.

Generation Impact | Episode 2


Young innovator and entrepreneur Easton LaChappelle developed the world’s lightest weight and most affordable bionic limb using 3D printing technology.

Let’s make an

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What matters to us

HP is committed to using its platform, technology, and resources as a force for positive change. 

Diversity, equity, & inclusion at HP

Create your future

HP LIFE is an online skills-training program for entrepreneurs, business owners, and lifelong learners all over the world.

Learn business skills for free

Powerful devices for powerful ideas

Meet two activists, an inventor and a computer scientist making real change in the world.

More about their inspiring work
“We make people in diverse and marginalized communities feel like this can be something for them.”
—Jay Jay Patton, Youth Instructor, Unlock Academy

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