Participants in a national Missing Persons Hackathon have generated 3,912 leads for 12 national missing person cases for Australian police.
Three RMIT students who launched an ‘Up-Cycle’ marketplace app dominated the recent RMIT Vonex Hackathon – with their innovation setting sights on tackling non-recyclable waste and “taking over” from Facebook marketplace and Gumtree why they say are not doing enough to tackle the waste problem.
Dubbed the southern hemisphere’s biggest hackathon, GovHack will run across Australia and New Zealand from 6 to 8 September, with teams from both countries competing in the 10th year of the event.
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