The Dutch
Security Cluster
 
 
The Dutch
Security Cluster

Join the Hackathon for Peace, Justice & Security (27-29 November)

From 27-29 November 2020, the third edition of the Hackathon for Good will take place, where teams over the whole world will develop innovative solutions for global social issues. This year the Hackathon, where datasets are built into innovations that contribute to a better world, is an online programme focusing on the ethical, legal and security aspect of AI. The Hackathon for Good 2020 is organised by The Hague Tech, in close collaboration with the Hague’s innovation ecosystems and made possible by the city of The Hague. Would you like to be part of this hackathon? Register your team before mid-November!

 

The challenges we face today are increasingly complex and interlinked, requiring a collaborative and data driven approach to resolving them. The Hackathon for Good connects non-profits, governments, start-ups, corporates, and talent from around the world to develop resilient solutions for a more peaceful, just and secure world. Through an online programme, you will take on the challenge to develop human-centered, (cyber)secure and innovative solutions to real world problems.

 

Challenge-owners

This years challenge-owners are: Dutch Police, EVE (private Court), City of The Hague and Pels Rijcken & THLTA. 

 

Programme 
The Hackathon will be fully online due to the current remote work situation. It will include a rich programme filled workshops and presentations in the weeks before the event to give participants all the skills and information they need! The last week of the programme there are 5 days of live Q&A sessions with trainers and challenge owners + 48 hours of development. Datasets will be available to the teams.

 

Team registration

Registration is open until mid-November. Selected teams will get access to a repository with challenge info, training material and tools. Register here.

 

More information: https://www.hackathonforgood.org/

 

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