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T&S Hackathon Paris - November 2023
Members of the Trust & Safety industry are hosting a hackathon July 10, 2023 at the Hyatt Regency on the Embarcadero. To participate, you must apply using the below form and be accepted into the program. The hackathon is free and does not require a ticket to TrustCon.
The T&S Hackathon will be focused on answering the question of “How can AI be used to better protect all users across platforms?” To answer this question, we will have an all-day session with facilitators, discussion, knowledge sharing, breakout groups, and solution development. We will then present the top solutions at TrustCon on stage later in the week.
To ensure the hackathon is available to as many people as possible, we are providing multiple types of participation. Each type comes with certain requirements so please review on the website before completing your application.
The Hackathon operates under Chatham House Rule, is off-the-record, and all participants are acting as private individuals. See the Code of Conduct in the below application for more information. Unfortunately, we are not able to provide financial assistance at this time.
Applications must be submitted by EOD Friday June 9, 2023. You will be notified of your acceptance during the week of June 12, 2023. 
Space is limited, and the T&S Hackathon Steering Committee will review all applications on a first-come first-served basis. A waitlist will be created and you will be notified accordingly.
Questions? Please visit tshackathon.org or email hello@tshackathon.org anytime. 
T&S Hackathon - Application Form

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Sponsors & Partners

The T&S Hackathon is made possible thanks to generous financial support from the Hewlett Foundation. We are grateful to our organizing partners Tremau, the Sorbonne, and ActiveFence.


About the T&S Hackathon

The T&S Hackathon is a volunteer-driven program bringing together passionate individuals around the world for the purpose of protecting users no matter where they roam online. Participants take part as a private individual. Any statements, ideas, and views are their own and do not represent a company or organization. The T&S Hackathon is off the record. Participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed. The T&S Hackathon is for sharing ideas, trends, and non-proprietary information. Sharing anything confidential or similar is strictly forbidden. All participants agree to a code of conduct and a set of values set forth by the organizers. These include diversity, equity, inclusion, courage, curiosity, and fun.

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