Pseudo Hackathon

MARK 1 housed at MIT— First programmable computer in the United States. Not used during the hackathon, but the first steps to innovation nonetheless.
Root Card box, part of the care package
Listen, think, write
  • Automated data insurance (in case of a security breach)
  • Providing IP insurance [for code] through Github/Bitbucket webhooks
  • Servicing a number of savings ‘tricks’ through a central app that can be opted in (e.g. rounding to the nearest ‘X’, donating to charity when buying tea instead of coffee [which is still < coffee], creating ‘invisible’ savings ‘pots’ in the RootCode, a ‘panic’ mode for your bank account to minimise expenditure, etc.)
  • Providing a recipe book for defining and activating features akin to IFTTT, without needing programming experience
Christopher Currin @ Deep Learning Indaba X Western Cape 2018 as speaker and organiser

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Christopher Currin

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Intelligence specialist. I’m no Jedi, but I know a few mind tricks…

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