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Bootleg Hackers wins 'Hackathon for Good The Hague 2020' with a solution to report environmental crimes

The Hackathon for Good - The Hague 2020 was won by team Bootleg Hackers with a solution to report environmental crimes by creating a platform that cultivates a community and empowers them to take collective actions against environmental crimes. In the first place, team Bootleg Hackers won a cash prize of € 2.500 ,- ...

Introducing the jury of Hackathon for Good - The Hague

Twenty-one teams of business pioneers, tech talents & experts in artificial intelligence, big data, and coding are challenged to develop data solutions for a better world. They will work on challenges by the Municipality of The Hague, the Police, EVE & The Hague Legal Tech Alliance. We are looking forward to learning what solutions the teams will develop for these challenges. But there can only b ...

Marija Slavkovik shares her knowledge of AI & Ethics

Marija Slavkovik shares her knowledge of AI & Ethics during the opening of Hackathon for Good - The Hague ...

Shared mobility in The Hague

During Hackathon for Good - The Hague, November 27 -29, participants will build innovative data-solutions for the challenge of the Municipality of The Hague. We invited all business pioneers, tech talent, and entrepreneurial change-makers to join us and make an impact for good. ...

International tech talent hacks for a better world.

During the weekend of 27, 28, and 29 November the third edition of the Hackathon for Good takes place. This edition is the first edition that is completely online. Business pioneers, tech talents & experts in artificial intelligence, big data and coding are challenged to develop data solutions for a better world. They will work on challenges by Municipality of The Hague, the Police, EVE & The Hagu ...

Monkey Code wins 'Hackathon for good The Hague 2018' with solution to prevent land grabbing

The 'Hackathon for good The Hague 2018' in The Hague was won by team Monkey Code with a solution to prevent land grabbing by combining satellite data with recent social media data. During the Hackathon for good, 27 teams of more than 22 nationalities worked on the development of innovative data solutions for problems focused on humanitarian disasters (Red Cross), fake news (NCIA), evidence (ICC), ...