Day 1: The final chapter of the X5GON hackathon

Many called it their most innovative and impactful event of 2020 – the X5GON hackathon at British Embassy in Paris using the #x5gon platform and #opendata #scienceandtechnology #ai #machinelearning #OER with a view to help #ngos and #policymakers make knowledge, education and healthcare more accessible in developing countries. We would like to thank our great colleagues at X5GON without whom this hackathon couldn’t have happened Sahan Bulathwela, John Shawe-Taylor, Colin de la Higuera, Davor Orlic, Kristijan Perčič and colleagues from UCLIC Sheena Visram and UCL Computer Science Dr Dean Mohamedally and finally Zineb Mekouar who was hosting us at the Parisian incubator The Family for our first hacking day and of course, all of course all the Osnabruck, Nantes, UCL and JSI students competing.