Announcing Teams for Art-A-Hack Special Edition 2018

We are pleased to announce the selected participants for Art-A-Hack Special Edition 2018. For this year’s summer program we have divided teams into two parallel tracks, exploring issues of climate change, brain-computer interface and artificial intelligence.

This special edition of Art-A-Hack is a partnership between ThoughtWorks, The Volumetric Society, the Human Impacts Institute and the New York City College of Technology (City Tech). Each of these partners brings different areas of expertise to the table to help our teams.

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Results Coming Together on the Fourth Day of Co-Working

Diligent work and problem-solving resulted in major progress during the fourth day of hacking.

Mapping out strategies and connecting the dots resulted in overcoming technical difficulties. Team members remained committed towards a best-practice solutions-oriented focus.

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Hacking Continues on Day 3

Despite obstacles and technical problems, the teams strove to come together to make something new.

Some teams reached the breaking point, but everyone managed to stay focused.

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Social Kicks Off Art-A-Hack at Cyberfest 2018

Art-A-Hack special edition for CYFEST 2018 kicked off tonight with an informal meeting in central St. Petersburg at the Dead Poets Cafe.

Artists, programmers and other creative practitioners, all from Russia, met each other for the first time, and started discussing their project ideas in preparation for the first workshops this weekend.

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