Code Against Hate 2, the second international hackathon for identifying and moderating hate speech, takes place on 19th–21st March. Find out more and register to take part on the hackathon home page!
Anyone who is interested in reducing hate speech online is welcome to join, whether you already have a great idea or not. We definitely need programmers in each team, but coming up with clever and creative solutions requires ideas from people with many different backgrounds. Register to take part for example if you are involved with human rights, you’re a great designer, you have an IT or social science background, or if you’re a bright media specialist!
This is the second such hackathon organised by the Human Rights Centre and our OpCode project partners. The winning solution of the first Code Against Hate hackathon back in September warns of potential hate speech while it is being composed.
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