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Thursday, June 21st at Revolution Hall
JOIN US FOR A NIGHT OF DRAMA, CELEBRATION, AND DATA-DRIVEN INTRIGUE WITH FIVE NEW STORY COLLECTIONS ON PORTLAND'S CIVIC PLATFORM.
Sprint with us!
We're in a rapid development sprint from now until our platform launch at the Global Smart Cities Conference, June 21st. That means we're five weeks away, and if you're ready to dive in, there's still plenty of opportunity to get in on the action, join a team, and stand with us on Demo Day. Perks include team t-shirt, unlimited Dominos pizza, and profound glory.
By the people, for the people.
We're building open source, data-driven systems to address big civic issues.
From topics like hunger, minimum wage, and emergency response, many of Hack Oregon's projects have had a direct impact on policy and bipartisan decision making in Oregon. By building open source tools, supporting our volunteer workforce with advanced training, and thinking about data in creative ways, we're able to approach complex information challenges and reveal critical insight cities need.
The tech we've built is scalable, the volunteer roles are teachable, the process is reproducible.
open source is powerful, and so are you.
To support our teams, Hack Oregon relies on partnerships between government, private sector, and academic INSTITUTIONS.
Our partnership with the City of Portland is led by the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability in support of Portland's Urban Data Lake pilot.
The Intel® AI Academy is a technical partner in this year's AI and machine learning analysis. Some of our most advanced data challenges can be tackled by working together to promote community engagement and education through hackathon events and the use of the Intel® AI DevCloud - a cluster of Intel® Xeon® processors.
PGE is an invested partner in the public infrastructure. Working together with PGE and Portland Bureau of Emergency Management, we can use cutting edge technology to prevent disaster, promote resource equity, and strengthen community resilience across the city.
TAO and Urban Systems are global leaders in Smart Cities network and together lead the GCTC Transportation SuperCluster.
The Institute of Metropolitan Studies at PSU is a collaborator in peer-reviewing data science models on the Civic Platform, and we work together to contribute best practices for publishing standards and workflow for shared data sources and methodology.
Special thanks to OHSU and WorkSystems for supporting scholarships and training opportunities to the next generation of engineers and data designers.
Donate to Hack Oregon!
Grassroots donations are important to keep our work independent and unbiased.
If you like what we're building, buy a pizza for volunteers.
If you use our data products, maybe help us pay the hosting bill this month?
We can't do it without you, and we love you.