Hackathon for Good, organised by the Municipality of The Hague and Data Science Initiative has taken place in The Hague on November 17&18. More than 100 international tech talents performed their best for two days to hack for good.

During the Hackathon for Peace, Justice and Security, 27 teams consisting of more than 22 nationalities worked on solving real-world problems to help organisations such as NATO, the International Criminal Court and Red Cross. The challenges included the development of innovative data solutions for humanitarian disasters (Red Cross), fake news (NCIA), evidence (ICC), emergency funds (World Vision) and land grabbing (Asser Institute).

3DUniversum partnered up with the Municipality of The Hague and The Hague Tech to enable tech enthusiasts to use technology for good. Minh Ngo, one of the talented 2D/3D Computer Vision and Machine Learning Specialists of 3DUniversum participated in the event as a mentor and supported participants in their tech-related questions.

For more information about the winning teams and solutions, visit the event website here.

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