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Updates from the Hackathon for Good world
Meet the jury and mentors of The Hague 4!
It’s almost time for the The Hague 4 and we are proud to announce our jury and mentors of the final pitching round!
24 November 2021
ESRI Bonus Prize - Best use of ArcGIS Developer Tech?
ESRI is curious how participants of Hackathon for Good are making use of Online Services, Developer APIs and Presentation Tools available via ArcGIS Online and Esri Developer Tools.
12 November 2021
We hack for good
Learn more about the who, why and how.
Hackathon for Good is an open invitation to anyone with a hacker mindset and the passion to work on data and AI for impact. We are curious about the possibilities of new technologies. We want to apply them for good. To solve things that truly matter. All across the world.
Our mission is to connect data and AI savvy innovators with transition leaders to accelerate purpose-driven innovation by governments, NGOs, universities, and businesses. We help them prototype with data and AI. By providing access to data, tools, challenges, team members, training, and mentoring.
There are many ways to take part in our community. We need volunteers, hackers, sponsors, challenge owners and many others. Do you have a challenge for hackers to work on? Do you want to host a challenge in your city or country? Or do you just want to hack. Join one of the upcoming events or contact one of our team members.
Want to join our mission?
As a Challenge owner
Many organizations come to us to explore the potential of talent, data and AI for future solutions. Take a look at some of the upcoming challenges to get some inspiration.
As a Sponsor
Do you want to support Hackathon for Good? And help hackers to prove the value of tinkering and experimenting with data and AI? There are plenty of ways to support our events and hackathons.
As a Hacker
Do you want to work on interesting challenges, become part of an amazing community of motivated hackers that love to work on solutions for good?