The StartUp Negev technological accelerator held a hackathon to train the next generation of technology entrepreneurs in the Negev Bedouin community.
Participants, who worked together virtually, were sent decorated boxes with t-shirts, coffee mugs, water bottles and so on so as to keep them in the hackathon mindset, despite working from afar.
The hackathon winner was HearMe, an anonymous reporting platform which allows those in distress to contact local authorities with real-time recording and questioning.
Remote work, fake news and the education system are just a few key issues participants were asked to face in a hackathon to deal with coronavirus challenges.
70 students from around the world come together to solve everyday challenges.
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