One way in which you can make a contribution is by labelling. You can help mozilla to teach robots how to speak or openstreetmaps by helping them label your neighborhood. You can also help universities in general via the zooniverse project.
Another way to help is to offer your computers resources to perform complicated computations. Projects like folding at home allow you to help with calculating how protein structures fold (which is helping the fight against many diseases like corona).
If you want to commit to this idea, consider reminding yourself via dearme.email.
Raspberry Pi is a great invention and there's a lovely community.
All the great resources for getting started can be found on the official webpage.
If you're interested in sensors you may want to check out the pimoroni store. They make great sensors that are plug+play and they tend to have great support for python. The customer service is great too and they have inspiring tutorials on their website.
If possible, consider buying gear from a local store.If you want to commit to this idea, consider reminding yourself via dearme.email.
You can start contributing to it by adding an idea to this repository!
If you're interested you can browse the tech alternatives out there on ethical.net. You'll find that there's interesting alternatives out there that don't optimise for profit.
In particular we might recommend giving ecosia a try. The proceeds from this project are used to plant trees and restore forests around the world.If you want to commit to this idea, consider reminding yourself via dearme.email.