Hacks/Hackers London: AI, Fact-checking, a faster Economist — and better careers for women Paid Members Public
May's Hacks/Hackers brought us AMP-based web-design, Facebook fact-checking, AI email checks, and a new organisation to support women in their careers.
Hacks/Hackers London: News for millennial investors, engaged journalism and data leakage to Facebook Paid Members Public
Three talks from the April 2019 Hacks/Hackers London, from Finimize, the Engaged Journalism Accelerator and Privacy International
Hacks/Hackers London: it's only going to get harder to get a ticket - and that's just how it should be Paid Members Public
I’m not sure I’d have believed you if you’d told me five years ago that Hacks/Hackers London [http://www.meetup.com/HacksHackersLondon/] would become so popular that people are screaming and complaining at the organisers because they can’t get tickets to the event – which is
Pop-up digital newsroom at Brighton Digital Festival Paid Members Public
Hacks/Hackers Brighton are running a pop-up digital newsroom at the Mini Maker Faire in Brighton [http://www.makerfairebrighton.com] today, as part of the Brighton Digital Festival [http://2012.brightondigitalfestival.co.uk]. The results are going up on theHacks/Hackers Brighton Tumblr [http://hackshackersbrighton.tumblr.com] as they’re
Aral on identity, privacy and app.net Paid Members Public
Liveblog of Aral’s talk at Hacks/Hackers Brighton: * * ## [Aral Balkan](http://www.breakingthin.gs)He’s going to talk to us about identity and privacy. He’s an experience designer. He makes things for people – mainly virtual products, his focus is on the human side of things. [https://i0.
Sex, Lies and the Tools of the Trade Paid Members Public
Hacks/Hackers London has started - a new gathering for people interested in pushing forwards digital journalism.