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Last weekend was all about shaping solutions for pressing issues and showing possibilities of A.I. and Blockchain. For at least 20 out of the 100 teams competing in the Odyssey Hackathon, the real work has just started. On Monday, Odyssey Ignite kicked-off the decentralized incubation program of the 20 winning teams, together with a fully supportive ecosystem and four super accelerators.
The Odyssey Hackathon, previously known as the Dutch Blockchain Hackathon and Blockchaingers, will take place from April 11 to 15 and will see some of the brightest developers, creatives, and entrepreneurs from all over the world descend on Groningen, the Netherlands, to build collaborative solutions for global issues.
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Attention Groningen based blockchain devs and A.I. wizards, the Odyssey Hackathon is looking for you! Join the world’s biggest blockchain hackathon in the world, work on pressing societal issues, with the chance to join the incubation program afterwards and work with big corporates and investors.
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Eurosonic will be in full swing this week, with the city filled with musicians and music industry professionals from all over Europe. But it’s not just the bands that makes Groningen the European music capital; these four companies, working in between the overlap of technology and innovation, certainly contribute to making sure Groningen maintains that status.
The funny thing about Artificial Intelligence, is that the principle behind it is not that new. The autopilot of an airplane, isn’t that already a form of AI? It’s old school math and even though we may think AI is already far along in its development, we’re probably now at the point where the Internet was in 1994.