Hackathon & Datathon focusing on Human Trafficking Prevention

Date(s): 
Saturday, March 28, 2020 - 9:00am
Event Location: 
Online

Hackathon & Datathon focusing on Human Trafficking Prevention

Human trafficking is a global enterprise that is second only to drug trafficking as the most profitable criminal business. It takes many forms, including labor trafficking and sex trafficking. Create a solution to help combat human trafficking or assist its victims, using artificial intelligence/machine learning, augmented reality, or anything else!

More information, rules, and ideas can be found at https://expeditionhacks.com/combating-human-trafficking-2020/

and

https://traccc.gmu.edu/upcoming-events (Links to an external site.) 

When: Saturday, March 28, 2020 9:00 am thru Sunday, March 29, 2020 6:00 pm (including overnight work)

Register: https://expeditionhacks.com/combating-human-trafficking-2020/  (Links to an external site.)

Discount code: GeorgeMason

Grand Prize: $3,000 plus door prizes and raffles Cash and other prizes for students first time hackers

ONLINE ONLY! 

It is not necessary to be an expert on human trafficking prevention or technology to participate. This event is open to the public, but students are especially encouraged to compete

This is hosted by a Dept of Homeland Security research center

Register as an individual or a team

NOTE - IF YOU WILL BE PARTICIPATING, PLEASE EMAIL DR NELSON - cnelson@dimacs.rutgers.edu