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Want to play a game? Bill Gates does.

The Microsoft founder and noted philanthropist is inviting people to play a virtual game of hide and seek in homes and farms around the world through his latest 360-degree video project.

The goal is to spot the small innovations that are making big differences in health and development across the globe — and maybe learn a thing or two along the way.

As Gates writes on his Gates Notes blog, measures of health and growth are improving around the world, yet many people in the U.S. and beyond are vocally pessimistic about the future.

“If you don’t expect to see change, you won’t look for it,” he writes.

So explore a kitchen in South Africa, a clinic in Ethiopia and beyond to see how innovations are improving the world around us every day.

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