Recent years have shown an increase in antisemitism, manifested both through violent acts against Jews and through hate speech in the different media outlets, both by the public and by influencers. Poland, where Jews have lived for more than a 1,000 years, is the best place to send a clear message from about the importance of combating antisemitism. Fighting antisemitism, as well as other forms of hate and discrimination, is crucial for a just society.
To fulfill this purpose we announce a 48 hours Hackathon, aimed at offering technological solutions for combating antisemitism. The HackHate hackathon will bring together entrepreneurs, startups, programmers, designers, young professionals and scholars from different disciplines with the aim of developing viable methods and tools to combat antisemitism.
A SEARCH FOR TECHNOLOGICAL SOLUTIONS
IN COMBATING ANTISEMITISM
The hackathon will take place in the Polin Museum in Warsaw, Poland between the 4th-6th of October.
Groups from Israel, Poland, Germany and the USA will work together to come up with a digital-technological solution which will assist various bodies and organizations in their fight against antisemitism.
Marvelous support for teams
The winner is team no. 4 Congratulations!
Josh Chaim (Israel), Magdalena Jajte (Germany), Mariusz Rokicki (Poland), Piotr Hryniewicz (Poland)
”We use artificial intelligence and machine learning to identify hateful commentary on social media, determine the location and tag it. From this, we are building sortable and visualizable databases for governments, NGOs and special interest groups who are geared to address and eradicate hate.Team 4