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Are there ways we can fight back against the growing problem of online hate speech on social media? If we bring together a diverse range of people including activists, experts, victims and past perpetrators, can we develop some early concepts in the space of a few days? Yes! These past few days it was a...
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Last month BlueChilli was a proud prize sponsor of Australia’s national #HealthHack 2016, which was a resounding success. Across hackathon venues in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane and Perth, the weekend of 14-16 October saw more than 300 people from diverse professions and backgrounds come together to work on 47 health-related technology challenges. Some of the...
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Initiate48
We’re happy to say we’ve been able to rescue the youth entrepreneur hackathon Initiate 48 which unfortunately lost its venue a few days ago. At Initiate 48, senior high school and undergraduate university student attendees will pitch ideas, form teams and build businesses or social ventures with the guidance of Australia’s top entrepreneurs. On Sunday, attendees...
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What more can we do to support the growth of Australia’s future innovation industries? Assistant Minister for Innovation Hon Wyatt Roy MP today announced the launch of Policy Hack, a new initiative in industry policy design to take place on Saturday 17 October in Sydney. “The Federal Government is committed to making innovation a centrepiece...
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AngelHack Sydney 2015, the second leg of the global series of hackathons organised by AngelHack took place at BlueChilli start-up space last weekend and it was a great success. Here are some numbers: More than 100 people attended the event in person; During the weekend, more than 1,000 people followed the live-stream of the event on...
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